CLEMSON – Responding to a report that he had decommitted from Clemson on Wednesday, the nation's No. 1 football recruit Robert Nkdemiche told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution he was still committed to Clemson – sort of.
Asked specifically if he was still committed to Clemson Nkemdiche told the AJC: “Yes. Just undecided. … Nothing final yet.”
Nkemdiche is receiving pressure from his family to join his older brother, Denzel, and play at Ole Miss.
The five-star defensive end is the prize of Clemson's 2013 recruiting class.
247Sports.com reported Wednesday night that the Ole Miss staff had heard nothing from Nkemdiche regarding a decommitment.
Nkemdiche will be with his family to watch his brother's Ole Miss team play Vanderbilt this weekend. Nkemdiche's mother, Beverly, has said she does not plan on visiting Clemson.
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