Class of 2014 wide receiver recruit Jamil Kamara has accepted an offer to play in the US Army Bowl. He will play on the East roster for the 2014 game.
North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Virginia are the three programs that appear to be reaching out the most and wanting Kamara to play for their schools.
Kamara announced his “commitment” to the US Army Bowl game this past weekend.
“I am making a commitment to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in 2014,” the four-star recruit said. “It’s a nice game. I watched it last year and I want to go and impress. That’s a big reason why.”
Coach Randy Jordan is pushing hard to recruit Kamara and has been successful. The Tar Heels are a very strong favorite to land the highly talented recruit.
The 6’2″, 195 pound wide receiver has nineteen scholarship offers thus far. His offers currently are from: Boston College, Clemson, Connecticut, Hampton, Illinois, James Madison, Marshall, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Old Dominion, Tennessee, Toledo, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Western Kentucky, and Wisconsin.
With nearly a year still left until the 2014 signing day, Kamara like his other 2014 comrades are in no hurry to make a commitment. The Tar Heels and Virginia remain his two favorite schools and seem to be leading the field by a decent margins.