2013 WR back in Tigertown

Uriah LeMay, one of the top wide receivers in North Carolina's 2013 class, visited Clemson on Tuesday.

WR Uriah LeMay Profile

The Butler High School [Matthews, N.C.] prospect spent the afternoon in Tigertown for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

"It was really good. It was beneficial to learn from coach [Jeff] Scott and how he likes to run [things], what he likes to see in his receivers," LeMay told CUTigers.com.

The rising junior wide receiver arrived to Clemson with his parents about an hour before camp started. LeMay paired up with his recruiter of note, tight ends coach/special teams coordinator Danny Pearman for a little while before things got underway.

"We got to ride around a little bit with coach Pearman, before camp started. We went to see the golf and the track facilities," LeMay said.

"He was just trying to show us some things we haven't seen around campus and was just updating some stuff that was coming in."

LeMay also spent time one-on-one with head coach Dabo Swinney.

"We were just catching up. He talked about how much I had grown from the last time he'd seen me, for the spring game," LeMay said. "He's looking forward to recruiting me to Clemson."

Last week, LeMay camped at Georgia, where is borther Christian, plays quarterback. Other than some commitments with his high school team, he has not planned any camps or visits.

LeMay currently claims no favorites.

"It feels like every time I try to narrow it down, another one comes in. I just want to evaluate that before I rush into anything," he said.

LeMay had 1,000 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns during his sophomore season.

Clemson, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Arkansas and UCLA have offered.

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