Grayson's Kamara decommits from Clemson

David Kamara

David Kamara

The three Grayson football players committed to Clemson this summer is now down to one.

For the second week in a row, Grayson had a player decommit from the Tigers.

Cornerback David Kamara called Clemson coaches on Saturday to decommit, a week after Robert Nkemdiche told the ACC school he was also going to look at other schools.

"He wanted to make a trip to Ole Miss (last) Saturday and in fairness to Clemson he decommitted," Grayson head coach Mickey Conn said.

Kamara and Nkemdiche committed to Clemson in June, joining teammate Wayne Gallman. The running back/linebacker chose the Tigers in April and posted on Twitter Tuesday he was still committed to Clemson.

"I'm not leavn Clemson. 100% committed from the start," Gallman said.

The 5-foot-10, 175-pound Kamara is a three-star recruit according to ESPN. He has offers from Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Wake Forest.

Nkemdiche and Kamara have less than three months to make a college decision before National Signing Day on Feb. 6.

"They just want to see what else is out there," Conn said.

Grayson is the defending state champions and will host Wheeler in the first round of the playoffs on Friday.