|Evrett Edwards is getting plenty of recruiting attention, but he's remained loyal to his commitment to Duke. (Courtesy Duke.Scout.com /TheDevilsDen.com)|
Nkemdiche's friend de-commits from Clemson too: When DE Robert Nkemdiche (6-5, 260) of Grayson, Ga., committed to Clemson, the Tigers also offered a scholarship to his best friend, CB David Kamara (5-10, 175). Nkemdiche de-committed from Clemson late last week, and on Tuesday, Kamara informed the Tigers that he was also opening his recruiting.
Clemson moving forward: DT Montravius Adams (6-4, 310) of Vienna, Ga., visited Clemson for last weekend's game against Maryland. The Tigers are also scheduling a visit with four-star CB Mackensie Alexander (5-10, 175) of Immokalee, Fla.
Another Stack at Carolina? Jerry Stackhouse starred for North Carolina's 1995 Final Four team before moving on to a nearly two-decade career in the NBA. His son Jaye (6-1, 190) might follow him to Chapel Hill as a football prospect for the Tar Heels. Stackhouse, a class of 2015 CB, was one of five members of Georgia's North Gwinnett High School team to visit North Carolina for last weekend's game against Georgia Tech.
Florida ACC schools miss on RB: AJ Turman (6-0, 198) of Orlando committed to the University of Georgia on Tuesday. Miami and Florida State were both finalists for Turman, who is rated a four-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports.
Georgia Tech lands WR: Jumichael Ramos (6-3, 190), a WR from Georgia's Lovejoy High, committed to the Yellow Jackets last weekend. Ramos also plays basketball, and can use his size and leaping ability on the gridiron.
Duke holding onto CB: Evrett Edwards (5-11, 175) a three-star CB from Woodbridge, Va., became the cornerstone of Duke's recruiting class when he committed in the spring. That hasn't stopped teams from pursuing him, especially after his strong senior season. Penn State, Illinois and Pitt never stopped recruiting Edwards, and now North Carolina, Maryland, Vanderbilt and Arizona State are courting him.
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