Class of 2013 wide receiver Uriah LeMay, who participated in a Nike Camp in suburban Charlotte over the weekend, has compiled a list of 10 schools that he is considering, with Ohio State and Oklahoma among the major powers.
The four-star Butler High School (Matthews, N.C.) star, who is a very good route runner and not afraid to make a tough catch over the middle, is also weighing offers from Clemson, Georgia, Louisville, North Carolina, Nebraska, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and South Carolina. The 6-1, 205-pounder is not close to making a decision, however, as he continues to weigh what the various coaching staffs have to say.
LeMay, who has good hands but is hoping to improve on his quickness, currently doesn't have any unofficial visits planned. Wherever he lands, he should be able to compete for immediate playing time, especially because of his physical nature and the fact that he's a very good blocker.
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