Following a decommitment from Michigan this past August, Jalil Irvin has maintained interest in the Wolverines, as well as their rival, Ohio State.
Over the weekend, the Stephenson (Stone Mountain, GA) offensive lineman made unofficial visits to both Ann Arbor and Columbus.
Irvin shared his impressions of the Buckeyes’ football coaching staff, including head coach Urban Meyer.
“They were all excellent,” he said. “Being in coach Meyer’s office and talking to him. He is a cool guy. Very passionate.”
Since decommiting from Michigan, Irvin has landed scholarship offers from Virginia Tech, Georgia, Tennessee, UNC, Auburn, UCF, Mississippi State, Pitt, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Georgia State, Virginia, Minnesota, NC State, UConn, Maryland and Missouri.
Irvin provides an elite push at the point of attack from the line of scrimmage.
Displays an ability to move defensive linemen into a back pedal, and end up at the second level.
Also possesses the traits to pull and zone block, and can lineup at the tackle spots.
Elite athleticism and leverage skills as an interior offensive lineman with scheme diversity.
OSU was great today can’t wait to come back🙌🏾💯 pic.twitter.com/Orr5iEJzsf
— Jalil Irvin. (@only1_lil) February 18, 2017
— Jalil Irvin. (@only1_lil) February 17, 2017