Noticeably absent from Dembry's list of offers is his childhood favorite – North Carolina. However, once the 6-foot-3, 185-pound athlete finds a position in the Tar Heels' system that should change.
"I talked to [UNC] not too long ago," said Dembry. "[Coach Kenny Browning] asked about camp, which one am I coming to. Right now, he said they are going to try me at quarterback, and the receiver coach and defensive back coach want to try me out."
Dembry plans to definitely include UNC among his camping destinations, but is still working out his summer schedule with teammates Tydreke Powell and Lamarcus Jenkins, who are joining Dembry at the Tar Heels' camp.
"I'm going to a camp at Carolina – it might be next week," said Dembry. "We haven't made our mind up yet – three-day or one-day."
This Sunday, Dembry will camp at Wake Forest, and then attend Texas A&M's camp in July.
Dembry, who doesn't plan to make a verbal commitment until later this year, currently doesn't claim any favorites.
During his junior season at Ahoskie (N.C.) Hertford County, Dembry, starring at quarterback, rushed for almost 800 yards and 12 touchdowns and passed for over 500 yards and five touchdowns.