Dembry, a 6-foot-3 180-pound athlete from Ahoskie (N.C.) Hertford County, has already taken official visits to Kentucky, Buffalo, and East Carolina.
Dembry, who is being recruited as a wide receiver, left the campus with a better feeling of the Demon Deacons' program.
"They have a great academic program and sounds like their football team is going to continue to do well," said Dembry.
Regardless, without a Demon Deacon offer, Wake Forest fails to make Dembry's current favorites list.
"Right now, it's probably between Kentucky, East Carolina, Buffalo," said Dembry. "I like that their programs are on the rise and how I fit in." One factor keeping the Demon Deacons from strong consideration is the lack of a WFU scholarship offer – his other three official hosts have tendered. If the Deacs offer, Dembry noted that Wake Forest will jump up into the mix.
"[The coaches] said they would let me know towards the end of the week," said Dembry. "It sounds like they're going to [offer], because they said they want me there really bad."
During his senior season, Dembry starred at quarterback where he rushed for 1,003 yards and 12 touchdowns on 83 carries. He also completed 33-of-74 passes for 748 yards, two interceptions and 11 touchdowns.