CB David Kamara Profile
He plans to camp at LSU and take visits to Clemson and Ole Miss.
"I'm probably just going to go to LSU's camp and do something. The others, I'm just going to chill," Kamara told CUTigers in a recent interview.
The No. 64 cornerback in the country currently holds offers from Clemson, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. He hopes LSU offers during the camp stop.
"It would feel good. They have a lot of DBs that they put in the league," Kamara said.
"Clemson, Ole Miss and LSU are at the top right now. Those are my main. Tennessee is coming up there. I talked to the defensive coordinator, Sal Sunseri, I like him."
Clemson, LSU and Alabama stopped by Grayson last Friday to watch the spring game. Clemson sent defensive coordinator Brent Venables and running backs coach Tony Elliott.
Kamara remains in steady contact with the Tigers' two assistants.
"I've talked to both of them [since the spring game]. They want me up there. They were asking about my school, and want me to finish strong," he said.
His decision will be made soon, "probably by the end of the summer."
As a junior, Kamara had 53 tackles, four interceptions and two forced fumbles.
Kamara nearing a decision
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