WR Uriah LeMay Profile
Butler High School sophomore wide receiver Uriah LeMay, the younger brother of 2011 QB Christian Lemay, visited Tigertown for the first-time since watching practice during the spring.
"It was a really good game, even though the outcome wasn't the best for them, but I didn't mind the way that they played," LeMay recently told CUTigers. "They're Clemson. They do what they do."
The game was the second he's been to in Death Valley.
"The game day experience is not like anything I've seen at other colleges," LeMay said. "Their fans are ecstatic, crazy. The players, they just love being out there. That's a great thing to have at a school, fan support.
"Atmosphere, as far for the players, everything's so hyped up. You can't not be excited to play there."
The only other visit he's made this fall was a trip to N.C. State the following weekend. LeMay hopes to head down to Georgia for a game in the next few weeks.
Along with Clemson, he claims offers from, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Arkansas and Virginia Tech.
Clemson's offer, which was his second, came in 2009 during a visit to campus.
"It's an honor, especially since it came at a younger age. That's definitely something I'll take into consideration going into the years up," LeMay said.
As a sophomore, he has 12 catches for 172 yards and a touchdown, and 124 yards rushing with three touchdowns.
LeMay doesn't claim any favorites.
"I've got to weigh my options out, see how the transition goes with all the seniors over the next two years," he said.
2013 WR impressed with Clemson
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