CB David Kamara Profile
For the moment, Kamara is sitting on three offers -- Clemson, Ole Miss and
"I've been talking to LSU and Tennessee," he said in a recent interview
with CUTigers. "LSU coach said he just wants me to get in camp so
he could see my hips and everything."
"LSU, Clemson and Ole Miss, they're all up there. I like them a lot. I've
just got to see Tennessee, too. They're all just up there."
Kamara broke down what he likes about each of the four schools.
Clemson: It's just a family atmosphere. The coaches are real. Coach
[Dabo] Swinney, he's a real guy. I just like him. I like the
family atmosphere they have up there and what they're trying to do with
their program and everything.
LSU: They put DBs in the league. That's what I like about them.
They've got good coaches and everything.
Ole Miss: I just got back from there. I was there this past
weekend. I like the coaches, how they're changing the culture and trying
to get them back to being good. They're trying to make it like a family
Tennessee: I just like their coaches. I like coach [Derrick]
Ansley and coach [Jay] Graham. I like the tradition
This week, according to Kamara, Clemson planned to send the coordinators,
Chad Morris and Brent Venables, plus running backs coach
Tony Elliott will be by Grayson High School.
While in Loganville, Ga., the Clemson coaches will check up on Kamara and
two of his teammates -- the nation's No. 1 player, Robert Nkemdiche, and
Tiger commit Wayne Gallman.
Kamara eyeing four
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