WR Uriah LeMay Profile
Butler High School (Matthews, N.C.) sophomore Uriah LeMay has taken any campus visits lately. but he hit the Simmons Showcase in January and the MVP Camp on Saturday.
CUTigers.com caught up with LeMay shortly after he finished up the MVP Camp.
"It was really good. There was some pretty good competition and some great athletes out there today," he said.
LeMay said he was measured at 6-foot-1, 200 pounds and clocked in at 4.54 in the 40.
The spring visits will start in just a couple of weeks.
"I should be in Clemson next month for the spring game. Then, I'll go to Kentucky and Auburn," he said.
While on the visit, LeMay said he would like to "get a better feel and a good look at the surrounding area, as well as the athletic facilities."
His last visit to Tigertown was the for the Miami game.
LeMay has not had any contact with first-year offensive coordinator Chad Morris, but Clemson tight ends coach/special teams coordinator Danny Pearman keeps LeMay in touch with the Tigers.
He claims nine offers. Clemson, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Arkansas and UCLA.
Miami, Notre Dame, Colorado and Penn State are also expressing interest.
As a sophomore at Butler, LeMay accumulated 1,000 all-purpose yards and scored 15 touchdowns.
Clemson will get spring game visit
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