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Junior CB looking to stay busy

Cornerback Jahmere Irvin-Sills is one of a very deep group of juniors at Bear (Del.) Red Lion Christian Academy. Just as many of his other teammates, Irvin-Sills is receiving serious interest from a number of top BCS program and is eager to hit the road to prove his talents.
"Recruiting is going well," said Irvin-Sills. "I'm getting more interest. Wisconsin, Rutgers and Connecticut are showing the most interest. I'm also hearing from West Virginia, Indiana, Nebraska and Temple."
Irvin-Sills, 5-foot-10 and 175-pounds, will try to stay busy in the coming months with visits and camps.
"I am planning visits to West Virginia, Virginia Tech, USC, Cal and Pitt," said Irvin-Sills, who discussed what he hopes to find in a college program. "I want a school with tradition, where I can play while I'm young, with a nice campus and teachers that interact with their students and help them."
Playing a difficult national schedule, Irvin-Sills was pleased with his level of play this fall.
"I feel like I got better at my technique and man coverage," said Irvin-Sills. "In the off-season I want to improve on my speed and my strength. I would like to go to a lot of camps and hopefully get some offers."
On defense this fall Irvin-Sills finished with 27 tackles, one interception and three forced fumbles. He also returned two kickoffs for a touchdown during his time on special teams.