Clemson verbal commitment David Kamara visited Death Valley for the first time to watch a game Saturday afternoon.
“It was my first visit for a game. It was good. I really liked it,” said Kamara.
How did the Grayson defensive back enjoy the atmosphere in the Valley?
“It was good. I loved everything about it,” said Kamara.
Robert Nkemdiche also enjoyed the visit according to David.
“He had a great time also,” said Kamara.
David got to visit with the players and the staff after the game.
“We went in the locker room after the game. We talked with the coaches and some of the players. Then we went home,” said Kamara.
The visit allowed David to continue to build relationships with some other future Tigers.
“I got to talk with Ryan Jenkins and DeShaun Watson. I got to know them at camp this summer,” said Kamara.
David isn’t sure if the Grayson trio will be in the Valley for Furman, but he knows they will be back this fall.
“I don’t know when we will be back. I know for sure we will be there for the Virginia Tech and South Carolina games,” said Kamara.
With each visit Clemson feels more like home.
“It feels like home. I really feel good around all of the players and coaches,” said Kamara.
David got to see former teammate Nick Schuessler who now plays quarterback for the Tigers.
“We saw him in the locker room. He loves it up there. He said he is ready for us to come up there and join him,” said Kamara.