WR Uriah LeMay Profile
Butler High School junior wide receiver Uriah LeMay was in town with teammate Riley Ferguson to watch Clemson's win over defending national champion Auburn.
"The Clemson trip was good. I did not get a chance to talk to the coaches last time while I was there," LeMay recently told CUTigers.com. "The thing that stood out to me the most was probably the thing that stood out to everybody else as well, and that was the outstanding play by Sammy Watkins."
He's only been to one other game so far this season. LeMay was in Atlanta to watch Georgia play Boise State.
LeMay's older brother, Christian, is a quarterback for the Bulldogs.
More trips are on the horizon. He expects to be joined by Ferguson and Peter Kalambayi, all three of whom have received Clemson offers.
"I'm not sure on all my visits for the fall just yet still planning some out with my dad, Peter and Riley," LeMay said.
The 6-foot-1, 188-pound wide receiver likes what he's seen from the Tigers' offense in 2011.
"I like the new up tempo style of play they are using, and with the kids they have there, running it makes it a threat and headache to any defense," he said.
So far during his junior season, LeMay has 19 catches for 400 yards and 13 total touchdowns.
Clemson, Florida, Auburn, Florida State, Kentucky, Georgia, UCLA, Virginia Tech, and Arkansas have offered. He currently claims no favorites.
LeMay thoroughly impressed
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