Clemson verbal commitment David Kamara and Grayson High earned an easy victory Friday night.
“It was a good game. We won 52-0. I did pretty good. I had a couple of tackles and a pass breakup,” said Kamara.
Last weekend David and teammate Robert Nkemdiche went to Ole Miss instead of heading to Tigertown.
“It was good. We just went to watch Robert’s brother play. We went down for the game and came back the same day,” said Kamara.
David plans to be in Death Valley next weekend.
“I will be there for Virginia Tech. Robert is going to go also. I am not sure about Wayne,” said Kamara.
Robert made some comments this week about being a little torn between Clemson and Ole Miss. Where does David believe Nkemdiche stands with his commitment to the Tigers?
“I think he is 100 percent here, but he is also looking at his brother,” said Kamara.
How firm is David with his commitment to the Tigers?
“I am 100 percent for Clemson. Ole Miss is still there, but I am 100 percent,” said Kamara.
All of the attention on his good friend and teammate is hard to handle.
“It is getting tiring. We try not to talk to a lot of people about it. We try to keep it to ourselves,” said Kamara.
What are the Clemson coaches telling the Grayson High standout?
“They just tell me I can come in and play early. They tell me to finish my season strong and be a leader and to keep my grades in order,” replied Kamara.
David believes he can help the Tiger’s secondary next season.
“I see I can come in and help immediately when I get there,” said Kamara.