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Robert Nkemdiche’s Autograph on eBay

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Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

Many colleges are hoping that Robert Nkemdiche will sign and commit to their football program. They might not be able to get him to commit, but they can purchase his signature on eBay for a reasonable price.

A seller has posted five autographed 2013 Topps football cards of Nkemdiche in his Under Armour All-American jersey for sale. Individuals can purchase the item for $99.99 or best offer.

There are currently two autographed cards left on eBay and fans have 20 days left to claim it.

Even though two die-hard fans will most likely claim the last two autographs of the 6’4 defensive end, there is good news for Ole Miss and LSU fans. The No. 1 ranked player in the Class of 2013 has set up an official visit to Ole Miss on January 25.

There are high hopes for Rebels fans that Nkemdiche will sign because his older brother, Denzel Nkemdiche, plays linebacker for Ole Miss. In early January, Nkemediche almost guaranteed that he was going to visit the Rebels.

If the 6’4, 282 lbs player doesn’t commit to Ole Miss, I’m almost certain he’ll commit to LSU. Nkemdiche plans to visit the Tigers before making his college choice.

Rebel and Tiger fans are anxiously awaiting National Signing Day, usually first Wednesday in February, for the star defensive player to make his decision.

I believe Nkemdiche is going to choose Ole Miss. The Rebels have a great program, winning three national titles and six conference titles. They have a good head coach in Hugh Freeze, who is 37-13 overall and Nkemdiche’s brother.

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