Jahmere Irvin-sills has been across the map throughout the recruiting process, but it all seems to becoming clear for the talented cornerback, who makes it way to Mississippi State this weekend.
First it was Auburn
and West Virginia
. Recruit Jahmere Irvin-Sills
has been across the map trying to select a college destination, though much to do with the coaching changes that swept the nation. Now, the three-star cornerback is en route to Mississippi State
for an official visit, a school that appears to be in the forefront, but hey, t's anyone's battle, he clarifies.
"Who comes after me first," he told FOX Sports Next's Ashley Fish. "Right now, I like Miss State, and If I don't get in contact with Clemson
then Miss State it is."
Keep in mind he does not yet have an offer from Washington, and the Bulldogs have a lot of pluses, he describes
"It looks like Miss State is losing five cornerbacks, two are going to the NFL and a new quarterback coach is coming in from the Cardinals."
The research has been done, all that's left is to take it all in when he steps foot on campus this weekend.
"Hopefully when I get there, I will like the rest of the coaches and the campus and the athletic department."