Woodbury, N.J. may be a small school in South Jersey, but they have recently produced their fair share of BCS talent, including Shawney Kersey, Dyshawn Davis and Anthony Averett. Next in line could very well be defensive back Jeray Demby, who is getting early interest from a few East Coast programs.
"So far I have a couple of schools looking at me, but right now still no offers," said Demby. "Right now I'm receiving the most interest from Pitt, N.C. State and Rutgers."
During the summer Demby also had time to attend a camp at Temple.
"It was good, but there was very little competition," said Demby, who is 6-foot-1 and 165-pounds.
To further progress his recruiting process, Demby hopes to take a few visits this fall.
"I hope to visit Rutgers and Pitt," said Demby. "I am hoping to learn a lot from these visits. I'm looking forward to a great experience since I have never visited any schools and hopefully I get to meet and see some great people."
On the field so far this season Demby has lined up at both running back and strong safety, and believes his future position is on the defensive side of the ball.
"Schools are looking at me at strong safety and I would like to play that position in college," he said.
Demby has helped Woodbury to a 1-1 start, and will return to the field this Friday night against Lindenwold.