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Nkemdiche has narrowed his list to Ole Miss and LSU
Well either way we will have to deal with that for 3 or 4 years. My thought is he will be playing with his brother. Freeze is putting together a very good class.
I guess I'd rather see him at OM than Baton Rouge.
I can't say I disagree with ya on that at all.
He is going to Ole Miss. Everyone knew that when he de-commited to Clemson. I am OK with that.
Ole Miss has the better coach.
While they may be absolutely correct on this report, I would trust nothing ESPN puts out regarding recruiting.
About a week ago, they put out an entire blog post discussing that while being upset, Altee Tenpenny remained committed to Alabama despite Alabama RB coach Tim Horton going from Alabama to Auburn. This wasn't a one line mistake. It was an entire post. It was embarrassingly hysterical. ESPN apparently received enough complaints to pull the post.
I couldn't make this up if I tried
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Agree Freeze is a very good coach. However he seems to be an outstanding recruiter. I remember looking at Ole Miss schedule before season I thought 3 wins max. Freeze and staff r gonna push a lot of the big boys n the conference. Don't forget he was a part if the staff at Ole Miss that put together an amazing group of talent before it feel apart at the end of Nutt tenure due to lazy recruiting.
This reminds me of the time ESPN wrote a blog excerpt about who was going to replace Aaron Douglas at left tackle immediately after his death. Of course it got a bunch of complaints and was eventually removed. They have a bunch of clowns covering recruiting on ESPN.
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