Cavalier Camp: Freshmen Ready to Work

Cavalier Camp: Freshmen Ready to Work

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.- Virginia's 2014 class is all geared up and ready to kick off their college career. Scout.com caught up with Quin Blanding, Andrew Brown and Jamil Kamara after the first day of camp.

The Virginia freshmen are ready to work for playing time. Although defensive tackle Andrew Brown did not fully participate in drills, as he continues to recover from turf toe, safety Quin Blanding and wide receiver Jamil Kamara kicked off camp.

Blanding opened things up by working with the 1s, while Jamil Kamara also saw moments with the first team, as he rotated in. Scout.com caught up with both of the Tidewater area standouts after practice.

Quin Blanding

Andrew Brown

Jamil Kamara

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