David Sills V Siblings: Meet Jahmere Irvin-Sills and Emma Rebecca Sills

David Sills V Siblings

David Sills V is one of the most popular wide receivers in the league right now. He is currently in his fourth season in the NFL. Still started an early career in football at the age of six.

Sills attended Eastern Christian Academy and was the Red Lion Christian Academy’s starting quarterback when he was a freshman in high school. Eastern Christian Academy is a private school in Delaware that serves students from kindergarten through grade twelve. He was regarded as one of the best prospects coming out of high school by many publications.

During his senior year at Red Lion in 2010, he finished the season with 1,355 passing yards, nine touchdowns, and five interceptions in eight games. He accumulated 2,340 yards and 28 touchdowns in 2011, his second season starting at quarterback for the varsity team. He was selected as a freshman second-team U.S. Air Force by MaxPreps.com. All-American.

Meet Jahmere Irvin-Sills and Emma Rebecca Sills

Jahmere Irvin-Sills and Emma Rebecca Sills are the siblings of David Sills V. Jahmere Irvin-Sills is the adopted brother of the Sill family. Jahmere lost his family at a young age. His biological mom was killed and his brother was killed in a house fire not long after he left.

He began to build a new family that day, as his old one fell apart when he met David Sills IV at a local football practice facility.

Jahmere moved in with the Sills family, who subsequently adopted him, amid an excruciating tragedy. He eventually adopted Irvin-Sills as his last name and was awarded a scholarship to Mississippi State.

Emma Sills is a former golfer and now serving as the UD women’s golf program’s volunteer assistant coach.

Sills competed in 11 tournaments while a member of the Delaware women’s golf team over the first five years of the team’s existence. During her final two seasons, she won the Team Sportsmanship Award and represented the group on the UD Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

Sills, a native of Bear, Delaware, earned a professional writing degree in English from Delaware last spring.