Sylva, who repeated his sophomore year at the Marion, Mass. campus after transferring from Plymouth South, said he is considering New Hampton (N.H.), Tilton (N.H.), Trinity-Pawling (N.Y.) and Cheshire Academy (Conn.).
"I do my school work, it's just really tough academically [at Tabor]," Sylva told Brown. "I had a good season here, but I still don't have any offers. Some of those places have produced quite a few [FBS] players."
UConn, Rutgers, Monmouth and Temple are among the Division 1 schools showing the most interest in Sylva. Boston College has shown interest, but Silva told Brown "academically they're not sure" about him.
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