Jamil Kamara Talks Latest Visit, Summer Plans

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Jamil Kamara – Photo courtesy Recruit757.com

Lake Taylor (Norfolk, VA) rising junior Jamil Kamara hit the recruiting trail last Friday, when he took an unofficial visit to the University of Virginia. The 6’2″, 190-pound wide receiver discussed his visit to Charlottesville and revealed where he may head next in this latest update.

Kamara already had a favorable impression of the Cavaliers before last week, stating in May that UVa was one of three schools (along with Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech) that had really impressed him. This latest experience appears to have enhanced UVa’s standing.

“It definitely changed my impression (of UVa) in a positive way,” Kamara said.

“It was real nice. I enjoyed it. I got a tour. I got to talk to the coaches. I sat down with the coaches and watched film. I really like the offense they run. The offensive coordinator is real nice.”

Further discussing what he likes about Virginia, Kamara began once again with the coaches.

“They are real genuine,” Kamara said. “They want to help turn you into a man. Plus, other players I know are coming. Turtle (Corwin Cutler ) is coming. A lot of guys from the 757.”

As mentioned above, in last month’s interview Kamara listed three schools — Georgia Tech, Virginia and Virginia Tech — that stood out the most at that point. Georgia Tech has not offered and Kamara’s interest appears to have trailed off a bit, but the two in-state schools remain strong.

“I like them both,” Kamara said of Virginia and Virginia Tech. “There is no number one.”

Kamara added: “Tech and UVa definitely