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Back in June four-star wide receiver Jamil Kamara announced seven schools he was very interested in. The Virginia Beach (Va.) Bishop Sullivan stand out has now decided to go from seven top schools down to five.
"My top five is Virginia, Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, Vanderbilt and Old Dominion not in any order," said the 6-foot-1, 202-pound Kamara. "All of them will get official visits except for Old Dominion. I'm going to take an official visit to Miami because I don't need to take one to Old Dominion because it's really close."
Kamara explained why each school is in his top five.
Virginia - "They're the favorite because a lot of guys are going there to create a dynasty," he said. "They've been recruiting me since day one. I need to talk to the new offensive coordinator. Corwin Cutler going there is a big factor for me. We've been playing together for a while and we have that chemistry."
Pittsburgh - "I went to see Pittsburgh this summer and met with all of the coaches," Kamara said. "It was a great visit. I sat down and talked to Coach Engram. I know he's a great coach having played in the NFL. He said I could play early as a freshman. I'm from Pennsylvania originally and my cousin lives right in Pittsburgh."
Vanderbilt - "I like that Vanderbilt is in the SEC," he said. "The receivers coach is pretty cool. One of their receivers just got hurt so they might need me even more now. They're recruiting me pretty hard and said that if I come in and do what I need to do I could play early."
Wisconsin - "Coach Beatty has told me I would start right away and my friend T.J. Reynard plays up there," said Kamara. "I want to visit but I have to wait until the official visit because it's so far away but I'm really looking forward to it."
Old Dominion - "I've been down to Old Dominion a lot because they're so close," he said. "Their offense is crazy. They are saying that I could have 80 catches as a freshman. That's hard to turn down. They're moving up to FBS so that's another thing that's good for them."
Even though the Hurricanes didn't make Kamara's top five they are still in the mix.
"Miami hasn't been recruiting me as hard as the other schools but I definitely want to get down there," Kamara said. "They say they want me so I need to go down there to figure that out. I want to talk to the coaches and see what they have to say."
Kamara has already started to plan out visits.
"I'm going to the Virginia and Oregon game," he said. "I think all of my official visits are going to be for games I just need to set them up. I need to look are my schedule and figure that out. I'll probably just go down to Old Dominion whenever."
Kamara said he will likely decide on a school in January.
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