Another Loganville (Ga.) Grayson prospect has decommitted from Clemson.
Three-star 2013 cornerback David Kamara decided to join his friend, teammate and the nation's No. 1 player, Robert Nkemdiche, in backing away from the Tigers.
The move was confirmed by TigerIllustrated.com Tuesday night. Kamara was unavailable for comment.
Kamara spent last weekend in Oxford, Miss., with Nkemdiche, on an unofficial visit. The two have stated a desire to play together in college in the past, along with teammates Wayne Gallman and Ryan Carter. Gallman is the last Grayson player still committed to the Tigers.
On his Twitter account, Gallman wrote, "I'm not leavn Clemson. 100% committed from the start."
Following his visit, Kamara told RebelGrove.com that he enjoyed the trip.
"It was good, watching the game, talking to the coaches," Kamara said. "It was good."
Prior to the visit and on the heels of Nkemdiche's decommitment from Clemson last week, Kamara told Tiger Illustrated he and Gallman were still solid to the school.
"Me and Wayne are good (as solid commits)," Kamara said. "Clemson is still recruiting Ryan. They like him a lot. He talks to coach Swinney and (running backs) coach (Tony) Elliott. They may offer him. If they do he's going to commit to Clemson. I know Ole Miss and East Carolina are big on him right now, too. But he's going to come with me."
But by the time he returned from his Ole Miss trip, Kamara had changed his tune.
"I'm looking for best team for me and the best place for me," Kamara said. "Ole Miss is up there. ?They want me a lot. They need some help in the secondary. They want me to come in and contribute as soon as I step on campus. They said I could really help in the secondary."
Asked if he was still firm in his commitment to Clemson at that time, Kamara said, "It is what it is. It's the same."
The prevailing thought is that it's only a matter of time until Nkemdiche commits to Ole Miss, and Kamara joins him. Nkemdiche recently said he plans waiting until January to announce his decision.