The Gwinnett Daily Post reported on Thursday morning that Nkemdiche has decommitted from the Tigers.
Conn, the head coach at Grayson High School, confirmed the news.
"I think he's still very interested in Clemson, but he's got a brother [Denzel] who goes to Ole Miss and he's got other schools that he likes as well," Conn told the newspaper. "He's going to clear his mind and take some other visits."
Conn was also quoted to say, "At this point, I think it's a family decision.
"The family's going to get together and make the best decision for Robert."
The Nkemdiche family will visit Oxford this weekend to watch Ole Miss' game against Vanderbilt.
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