Unfortunately, the 5-foot-11, 176-pounder had to leave the game early and didn't accomplish all that he had planned. So, Hemby decided to make up for it this past weekend.
"I went up to one game up there and we had to leave real early," explained Hemby. "I didn't get to stay for the whole game and see anything really, and I just wanted to go up there and see how it is up there.
"I liked it," he said in regards to the Miami game. "It was pretty good, like the atmosphere of all the fans at the game, and how they responded to certain things. Some of the coaches didn't know I was there, but I got a chance to talk to Coach [Greg] Williams."
In addition to the Wolfpack, Hemby is strongly considering North Carolina, Virginia Tech, and Clemson. The Scout.com three-star prospect claims all four favorites are even and figures to keep them even until after taking official visits to each school.
"Everything is still equal," remarked Hemby. "I do have an official [visit] set with Virginia Tech Thanksgiving weekend when they play Virginia [November 27th]."
Playing both tailback and cornerback, Hemby has helped lead Freedom to a 6-2 record (4-0 in conference). Hemby has contributed four interceptions and four offensive touchdowns to the cause.
Hemby Says All Schools Even
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