Defensive back Jahmere Irvin-Sills has transferred out of the Mississippi State Bulldogs program. Logan Lowery of the Northeast Mississippi Journal reported the story.
According to a team spokesman, Jahmere Irvin-Sills has also transferred from MSU.
— Logan Lowery (@loganlowery) June 23, 2015
A former three-star recruit out of Eastern Christian Academy in Elkton, Maryland, near Baltimore, Irvin-Sills appeared in nine games for Mississippi State last year and registered 10 tackles. The Bulldogs ranked 24th in the nation in passing defense in 2014.
But where Irvin-Sills ends up next remains to be seen.
He drew interest from Auburn, N.C. State, Houston and a great number of other schools while he was a recruit, so perhaps he will end up at one of those programs. Regardless of that, he will need to sit out a year due to NCAA transfer rules.
No word has yet been given on Irvin-Sills’ future, but Campus Sports will update his story as more information becomes available.
Mississippi State went 10-3 (6-2 SEC) in its sixth and best season under head coach Dan Mullen before losing to Georgia Tech in the Orange Bowl. The Bulldogs open the 2015 season on September 5 with a visit to Hattiesburg to play Southern Miss.
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