Following the lead of teammate Robert Nkemdiche, Grayson High (Loganville, Ga.) defensive back David Kamara has announced his de-commitment from Clemson.
Kamara, the long-time best friend of Nkemdiche, confirmed to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Tuesday that he has withdrawn his commitment from the Tigers.
'I just wanted to take my visits everywhere to make sure that I was making the right decision,” Kamara told the AJC.
He told ESPN he had already contacted Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney.
“I called Dabo up and just let him know I needed to take a step back and re-evaluate my options,” Kamara told ESPN. “This is my life, so I need to make sure I make the right decision.”
Meanwhle, Grayson teammate Wayne Gallman, another Clemson commitment, tweeted that he is "100 percent" committed to the Tigers. "Looks like I'm by myself now," Gallman wrote.
Another Grayson player, Nick Schuessler, is a walk-on freshman quarterback on the Clemson football team. Schuessler, who quarterbacked Grayson to a state title last season, originally signed a letter of intent with Mississippi State.