Kemp has not yet visited Nebraska, but says they are still one of his top schools.
"I know they have great history," said Kemp. "I know the coaching staff, and they seem like they are really into me so I want to be able to look at the school, and then I will take it from there."
Kemp has been able to meet and talk with the running backs coach at the University of Nebraska, Ron Brown.
"He seems like a really cool guy," said Kemp. "And he is a real good talker."
In August Kemp will be able to use five official visits to visit any school he wants, but so far he only has his list down to three or four.
"I have at least three or four places I would like to visit," explained Kemp. "They are West Virginia, and then either Kentucky or Nebraska.
"I want to set up an official visit because I want to really see what the schools are like, and what they have in store for me," said the running back.
Although he is not completely sure where he wants to go for his other visits he knows that he wants to go on visits to some of his top schools.
During the offseason Kemp has been working hard, and really focusing on his team, and helping improve it.
"I work out everyday in the morning from 9-12," said Kemp. "I have been doing a lot of stuff with my team, to try and help build the team up so we can go to state next year.
"I try not to get involved with the all-star teams," he explained. "Because I am going to put my time into my team." Along with working out a lot in the offseason Kemp plans to go to some college football camps. He will be attending the South Florida camp, and then will figure out what other camps around him are going on that he could get to.
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