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Since RN father has told the AJC that Robert wont be visiting LSU this weekend who are some names we might expect to see this weekend.
Anyone new who might have a chance to come it for one last Texas De Brazil buffet.
I know yall said the staff wanted the weekend small for RN but looks like they can do what they want to now.
Father of nation's top prospect describes Ole Miss, staff as 'familiar' after official visit.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by ThePurpleHaze 15 months ago
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I saw this article but I have also seen conflicting reports that, as of yesterday afternoon (same timeframe his dad was saying he wouldn't visit), RN was looking forward to hammering out the OV this weekend.
I say we all take a "wait and see" approach regarding this OV because it seems like nothing is set in stone in RN's recruitment. To be honest, nothing would surprise me at this point (except maybe a committment from him lol).
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Well, I hope this gives closure on Nkemdiche's recruitiment and that it's clear he's committing to Ole Miss. Thanks Nkemdiche for not dragging this out any longer for LSU fans..
This post was edited by AZTigerFan 15 months ago
Is there any benefit in having the #1 player in the country list you as his top 2? Do other recruits pay attention to that? Does that make them take a harder look at LSU? If you follow recruiting you know it wasn't really a serious interest especially as it got closer to signing day but the exposure can't be a bad thing. I guess I am asking a very difficult questions, "what do recruits thing?".
Nkemdiche thinks Ole Miss is sitting pretty
January, 28, 2013
Jan 2812:17AM ETBy Kipp Adams | ESPN.com Recommend2Comments10EmailPrintPerhaps no program in the country had more talent on campus for official visits this weekend than the staff at Ole Miss. The Rebels hosted more than 15 prospects, headlined by No. 1 prospect Robert Nkemdiche (Loganville, Ga./Grayson) but also including No. 5 prospect Laremy Tunsil (Lake City, Fla./Columbia) and a surprise in-state visitor.
Nkemdiche said he thinks Ole Miss is sitting pretty as signing day approaches.
The other prospects loved it at Ole Miss," Nkemdiche said. "Laquon Treadwell, Laremy Tunsil, Chris Jones, Quincy Adeboyejo, they are my boys, and they are all good people. I think they have a really, really good chance with Chris Jones and Laremy Tunsil. They both liked it a lot. They are looking really good with them, and they have Ole Miss high up there, for sure."
As for the top prospect in the country, Nkemdiche enjoyed himself too.
"The Ole Miss official was awesome," Nkemdiche said. "I enjoyed hanging with my brother and showing that me and him have a bond together. It is a special thing."
Hugh Freeze and his assistants made sure to point out the potential that connection could have for Nkemdiche and the Rebels' program in the future.
"The coaching staff did not really tell me anything they had not already told me," Nkemdiche said. "They reminded me of the special things I could accomplish if I came there to play with my brother."
A signing-day decision is on tap for the 6-foot-5, 272-pound defensive lineman, with one more official visit likely in store. The Rebels have put themselves in prime position to land the five-star recruit and potentially close out with a top-10 class for the 2013 recruiting cycle.
"Ole Miss is up there –- and then there is Florida and LSU," Nkemdiche said. "I am going to set my LSU official up this week."
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