Clock ticking on Kemp’s decision

Boulder (Colo.) Fairview four-star defensive end Carlo Kemp said he could come off the board in short order.

Defensive end Carlo Kemp has gathered the necessary information he needs to make a decision. Now it’s simply about pulling the trigger.

“At this point it feels like the schools have done their part,” Kemp said. “Based on me and my timeline, I will figure out if I’m ready to commit and how my family feels about it. I would like to get it done and finally relax.”

The four-star Boulder (Colo.) Fairview product took an official visit to Colorado last weekend, but his decision will come down to Michigan and Notre Dame.

“It’s now about where I fit in best not only as a football player but as a student and a person,” Kemp said. “Both schools have so much tradition and history and so much to offer, it’s a very tough decision.”

The 6-foot-2 ½, 258-pound defensive end took his official visit to Michigan for the BYU game on Sept. 26. He visited Notre Dame for the Irish’s win vs. Navy on Oct. 10.

“It’s pretty possible a decision could happen any day now,” Kemp said. “If I did end up taking another official visit (to UCLA), it would have to be this month. I know I will decide by November.”


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