WR Uriah LeMay Profile
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound LeMay was joined in Clemson by fellow Butler (Matthews) sophomores Riley Ferguson and outside linebacker Peter Kalambayi.
LeMay, who has an offer from the Tigers, talked to CUTigers.com recently about his visit to Tigertown.
"It was pretty good. I like the up-tempo offense that they have," he said. "It looks like it should be a good hire. It gives a little bit more leverage for the players and talent they have this year."
Tight end/special teams coordinator Danny Pearman serves as the primary recruiter for LeMay. The two spoke one-on-one before the spring game on Saturday.
"We just talked a little bit about the offense and a little bit about the other recruits that were there," LeMay said. "We talked about summer plans, either camps or just general visits."
What stood out about Saturday?
"I liked that they showed us how they take players from the locker room, with the breakdown, standing on the paw, hopping on the busses, going around the stadium and getting to come down the hill," he said. "It was pretty exciting to do when the stadium was empty. I can't imagine how it is when the stadium is full and it's a game day atmosphere."
LeMay has yet to make any other plans for visits this spring/summer.
"Most likely, I'll take another trip down to Clemson," he said. "I'll probably get down to Georgia to see Christian [LeMay] and probably try to see some of the other local schools like Virginia Tech and N.C. State."
Along with Clemson, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Arkansas and UCLA have offered.
LeMay had 1,000 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns during his sophomore season.
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