Offers keep rolling in for 2014 WR Jamil Kamara. Now with eleven offers, the receiver from Norfolk (Va.) Lake Taylor is trying to not show any favoritism.
"My newest offer is from N.C. State," said the 6-foot-2, 196-pound Kamara. "I haven't been to the campus yet but the coaches have been talking to my coaches and I've talked with a few of their players. I'm not leaning to a certain school yet. I just want to take my time with that."
While Kamara does not want to claim a favorite, there are a few schools that are already standing out.
"Some schools that stick out right now are Virginia Tech, Virginia, Miami and Illinois," he said. "Five schools I like a lot are Virginia Tech, Virginia, LSU, Georgia and Georgia Tech. I'm in contact with those schools and a bunch more but Virginia Tech and Virginia are recruiting me the hardest right now."
Summer can be an exceptionally busy time for recruits, and Kamara is no exception.
"Camps have been going very well," said Kamara. "My team and I are going to a camp at Clemson soon and I'm probably going to camps at Virginia Tech, LSU and South Carolina. The next offer I think will hopefully be Clemson when I'm at their camp. That's the goal."
The top two in-state programs are both doing very well for Kamara.
"I've been to Virginia Tech once and it was really nice and I've been to Virginia two or three times," he said. "The coaches showed me a lot of love and the players were pretty cool."
Kamara has a few things he will look for when it finally comes time to make a final decision.
"I want to go somewhere I can play as a freshman and get a good education," Kamara explained. "The place has to fit me."