No. 1 College Football Recruit Robert Nkemdiche Sets Decision Date and Time
No. 1 overall recruit Robert Nkemdiche will sign his national letter of intent early in the morning on national signing day, Feb. 6.
According to a tweet from Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Grayson High School has released an agenda for Nkemdiche's announcement:
This is the moment that most of us in the college football recruiting world have been waiting for. It will be the official end to a recruitment process that has been somewhat of a roller coaster ride to say the least.
Breaking: Grayson HS saysNkemdiche will sign at 730am: twitter.com/RecruitingAJC/…— Michael Carvell (@RecruitingAJC) January 30, 2013
Which hats should we expect to see on the table for Nkemdiche on national signing day (assuming he does the hat dance)?
Florida has been a late entrant into the race for the No. 1 overall recruit, and the official visit it landed from him a few weekends ago has certainly made things interesting. Meanwhile, LSU has been on Nkemdiche's interest list (247Sports.com) ever since he decommitted from Clemson.
LSU wasn't able to land an official visit, though, despite conflicting reports. Therefore, for all intents and purposes, the Tigers hat would just be up there to take up space and look good on the table.
Update 2/1/13: According to Kipp Adams of ESPN.com on Twitter, Nkemdiche will actually officially visit LSU:
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Ole Miss appears to be the hands-down favorite for Nkemdiche at this point. The Rebels have been the main team on his interest list ever since he decommitted from Clemson, and for good reason. His brother, Denzel, plays linebacker for Ole Miss, and it seems to be the family preference for the two to play together.
Where will Nkemdiche commit?
Wherever he chooses to go, Nkemdiche is going to be a star, so this is going to be arguably the biggest signing day moment of the 2013 cycle.
Actually, there's no disputing that fact. This will be the marquee moment of the 2013 recruiting cycle.
We'll find out where the nation's No. 1 overall recruit will play college football early on Wednesday morning (Feb. 6).
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