"Those are the five," Conn said. "He just visited LSU and loved it. He told me today that he had a great time, although we didn't talk too long about it. I know he would like to see and visit all five schools again before he makes his decision. He wants to get to know the coaches and players a little better before he decides."
Many believe Alabama is the team to beat. The Crimson Tide have been expected to be Nkemdiche's top target school for some time. However, some insiders feel he could end up in Oxford, Miss., and join his older brother Denzel, who signed with Ole Miss last year. Meanwhile, Georgia, LSU and Clemson have all made a big push over the past few months.
"I do not believe that there is a front-runner," Conn said. "I think it's one of those things where when Robert visits a school, he walks away so impressed. They are all recruiting him so hard and so well. They are all great schools, and they treat him like a king.
"But let's remember that he's still a 17-year-old kid and this is such a huge decision. There's so much pressure on him. He's such a good kid, and he does not want to hurt anyone's feelings," he added.