Kamara Likes ACC and SEC

David Kamara is very proud of his offers. He is excited about Clemson, he loves the idea of playing in the SEC for Ole Miss or Mississippi State and he's hoping for an LSU offer soon. Here, he breaks down his favorites and discusses his plans for future visits.

David Kamara is thrilled with his current offer list and he has some favorites.

"I like Clemson, Ole Miss and Mississippi State the most of the schools that have offered me. I really want an offer from LSU too and I think it can happen. I am also talking to Tennessee a lot."

When it comes to Clemson, Kamara already feels like the Tigers coaches are his family.

"I like these coaches a lot. Clemson is a great place. I talk to coach Elliott all the time and we have a great relationship. It's all about family for them and they really make me feel like I'm a part of something."

Kamara recently visited Ole Miss and came away impressed by the enthusiasm of the new Rebels staff.

"I just went there and loved it. The coaching staff is so excited about everything they are doing there. It's like they are all full of energy and ready to rebuild and turn the program around. It's really good. I like that it's in the SEC too and the campus was great."

Another school in Mississippi, Mississippi State has also been in touch with Kamara. He wants to learn more about the Bulldogs in Starkville.

"I might visit soon. I need to get that scheduled. I've been talking to coach Wilson and that's been going great. I really like him and I think I will like it there."

Kamara has high hopes for an LSU offer and he thinks one could come his way soon.

"The LSU coaches want to see me compete at camp. I'm going to do that during the summer. I went to Baton Rouge and talked to a lot of the coaches including coach Miles about how I can get an offer. They wanted me to come back for camp and see how I compete. I think I can show them why I should get an offer."

Kamara doesn't have an offer from Tennessee just yet either. Still, he thinks he may be able to snag one from the Volunteers after camping there.

"I am going to go to camp there and compete. I always liked Tennessee because my cousin ram track there. I'm just waiting for them to start looking at me. I really like the tradition."

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