Junior cornerback David Kamara of Loganville (Ga.) Grayson hasn't officially named any leaders, but he admitted Sunday that his commitment likely will go to Clemson, LSU or Ole Miss.
"It's probably one of those three," Kamara told Rivals.com.
Of the three, Clemson and Ole Miss have offered. Kamara recently visited LSU, and was told the team wanted to get a look at him in camp this summer. That would seem to give Clemson and Ole Miss an edge because Kamara said he would like to make his decision "probably during spring practice or after spring."
The 5-feet-11, 185-pound Kamara has visited Clemson twice and Ole Miss once. He will make a return trip to Oxford this coming weekend for the Rebels' spring game, and will be joined by two teammates, one of whom is close friend Robert Nkemdiche, the country's No. 1 prospect. Nkemdiche's brother, Denzel, is a former Grayson player who now is on the Ole Miss roster.
"Ole Miss is up there," Kamara said. "I'm real close with [defensive backs] Denzel and Chief Brown."
Kamara also speaks very highly of Clemson.
"It's family up there," he said. "And Coach [Dabo Swinney] is a really nice guy."
According to Kamara, Clemson and Ole Miss are pursuing him the hardest.
"I talk with [Clemson assistant] Coach [Tony] Elliott on a weekly basis," Kamara said. "With Ole Miss, I talk with Coach [Chris] Kiffin and probably Coach [Wesley] McGriff the most."
Other schools also are recruiting him.
"I'm starting to get a lot of looks from other colleges," Kamara said. "I've been talking to Tennessee a lot. And Wisconsin and Vanderbilt. I think probably Tennessee [is closest to offering]. I've been talking with Coach [Derrick] Ansley and Coach Jay Graham. Coach Ansley said he liked my physical play, and that they like that I'm a tall corner with long arms. He just wants me to go up there for their spring game or one of their practices. I'm trying to get up there but I don't know when yet."