"I went over to Ole Miss last weekend with Robert Nkemdiche," said Kamara. "We just wanted to see how we would like it over there. We wanted to see what they offered, education-wise. We both left there talking about how good of a time we had on the trip and how much we liked it over there. We just felt so welcomed by everyone. It was an awesome trip. I had no idea it was that nice at Ole Miss."
Kamara hit it off with the Rebel staff.
"I really got to know the coaches. They are a lot of fun. I sent them a highlight tape before I went over there and we sat down and went over it and they gave me a lot of pointers. Me and my position coach, (Wesley) McGriff, just clicked and took a liking to one another."
The Ole Miss staff has brought in a new attitude.
"I just like the new attitude they have over there. They want to change it into not only a winning program but one that competes for national championships. The whole mindset has changed. Everything is positive over there now."
David has been staying in contact with the Ole Miss staff ever since he left the trip, and now he's received some good news.
"I spoke to coaches (Wesley) McGriff and (Chris) Kiffin and they let me know that I had an offer. They told me they wanted me to be a Rebel. That was my first offer so it means a lot to me. It gives me a chance to further my education and play at the next level."
Who else is in the recruiting game?
"I'm talking to Clemson really heavy. I'm going up to Vandy March 24th and Maryland is talking to me a lot."
What type of cornerback is David?
"I'm real physical. I can press at the line and I like playing man. I can keep up with the fast receivers but I can still hit. I play real physical."
Grayson went 15-0 and won the Class 5A state championship. Kamara did his share as he collected 52 tackles and four interceptions. His teammate, Nkemdiche, also played up to his role as the nation's top recruit as he dominated the line of scrimmage.
Just how close are Robert and David and have they given any thoughts about continuing their playing days together on the next level?
"Robert has been my best friend since he moved over here in 6th grade. We pretty much do everything together. We've talked about going to college together. If it happens, it happens, but we would like to go to college together, if at all possible."
Yancy Porter is the Mississippi Scout for Scout.com and he can be reached at email@example.com