Based on the recruiting mail that he is receiving, Irvin is already on the recruiting radar screen for numerous college recruiters. But he's looking for more than just letters.
"I am receiving a lot of letters from colleges but no one has shown strong interest in me," said Irvin. "That's why I am going to a lot of combines. I hope that will help me get recruited."
He also plans on attending several college camps this summer. Which ones is yet to be determined.
"I plan on going to Auburn's camp and any other colleges that show interest in me," said Irvin.
What college coaches will see when he attends their camp is a long, tall, athletic wide receiver/free safety.
"I am quick off the line and have an advantage over the DBs because of my height and length," said Irvin. "Because of that, it's hard to guard me. I (also) normally run a 4.6 (forty) and my last vertical leap was 37."
Keep it on Scout.com and GenesPage as we continue to follow the recruitment of this very talented member of the class of 2015.