Kalambayi said he's trying not to think about recruiting too much and if he does his job on the high school level, college recruiters will take notice. Actually, they already have.
He already has scholarship offers from Clemson, Michigan, North Carolina State, Virginia Tech, Duke, Tennessee and Florida.
Admittedly, Clemson is the early leader.
"Yeah, they are," Kalambayi said. "I like them a lot."
Kalambayi said he has already visited Clemson three times and based off his comments, it's obvious he is drawn to the school.
"It's just their tradition down there. You can tell their coaches know what they're doing. When you go up there they make you feel like you're at home. That's probably why they get all those recruits," said Kalambayi, who has also visited Virginia Tech and is working on a trip to Florida.
Attended the 2011 Orange and White Game in Death Valley. He registered 150 tackles, three sacks, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and an interception in leading Butler to a 16-0 record and its second consecutive 4-AA state championship in 2010. He also plays on the same team with targets Riley Ferguson Riley Ferguson
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