The Latest On Jamil Kamara

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Jamil Kamara at the 2013 NFTC in Ashburn (VA)

Six schools remain in the running for 4-star wide receiver Jamil Kamara , one of the top remaining uncommitted prospects in the state of Virginia’s class of 2014. The University of Virginia is the only in-state school still in the running for the 6’2″, 205-pound prospect, who is impressed with the Cavaliers’ Class of 2014.

Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, VA) 5-star defensive lineman Andrew Brown , who is Virginia’s most recent commitment in the Class of 2014, and UVa-bound 5-star safety Quin Blanding are good friends of Kamara, a product of Bishop Sullivan in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

“Now, it’s like a dynasty,” Kamara said, offering his reaction to Brown’s commitment. “A lot of talent is going there. That has a big impact on me.”

Kamara is also impressed with Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, VA) quarterback Corwin “Turtle” Cutler. Cutler signed with Virginia as a high school senior in February of 2013, but he is headed to Fork Union Military Academy (VA) for postgraduate work. He’ll stay at FUMA for at least a semester and possibly a year, but Kamara is sold on the signal caller’s potential on the next level.

“Turtle is going to be my quarterback if I go to Virginia, and he’s definitely my favorite quarterback in the class,” Kamara said. “I’ve heard the other schools have good quarterbacks, too. Vandy has a nice 4-star commit. Pitt has a good 4-star prospect.”

< ?php include(getenv("DOCUMENT_ROOT") . "/sabreincludes/adTags/boxArticles.html"); ?>Pitt, Vanderbilt, and Virginia “pretty much have the edge” over the rest of the final six, Kamara said. Miami, Michigan State, and Wisconsin round out the group of schools still in the running for Bishop Sullivan’s star. What separates the Cavaliers, Commodores, and Panthers at this point in the process?

“The early playing chances. All three should