GAVSV.com caught up with Cameron Demps on Saturday after he finished taken his SAT for the first time.
"I just finished taking my SAT," Demps said. "I think I did pretty good on it."
Interest has picked up a bit for Demps since his good showing at the combine last week. Georgia Tech, Clemson, South Carolina and Boston College have been in touch wih the 5-foot-9.5, 165-pounder who ran a 4.35 second 40-yard dash and a 4.16 shuttle last Sunday.
In fact, Georgia Tech Special Teams Coordinator Charles Kelly sent Demps a text wanting to know more about him and South Carolina sent him a letter inviting him to attend their Junior Day next Saturday.
"Yes Sir, I got a letter from South Carolina a couple of days ago," said Demps. "They wanted to invite me up to their Junior Day next Saturday. I'm planning on going up there. I really don't know much about South Carolina, but I am interested in meeting their coaching staff."
Florida, Florida State, Boston College, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Mississippi State are some of the schools showing interest in Cameron Demps.
"Boston College is probably showing me the most interest," said Demps. "I'm going up there for a Junior day sometime in March."
Cameron Demps to Visit South Carolina
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