First D-I offer is in for emerging TE

The first Division I offer is in for a tight end in the mid-Atlantic. The 6-foot-4, 247-pounder picked up the scholarship late last week from the MAC.
"The offer came in on Thursday from Ohio," Charleston (W.V.) George Washington School tight end Cody Clay said. "I like Ohio a lot. We've already visited there and went to one of their practices. I think it's a school that'll fit me a lot, but I'm not going to commit to anything yet."
Clay discussed Ohio more.

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"I like their campus a lot," he said. "I also like that they have an engineering program. I'm pretty sure that's what I want to get my degree in. Elon also offered and they don't have engineering, but they have computer science. I like both majors. In addition, they are Division I football even though it's in the MAC. That's good enough for me."
Interest is picking up for Clay as Akron and Marshall stopped by the school already for the May evaluation period.
In the meantime, Clay has one more visit set in the near future.
"We're going to West Virginia this Friday for their spring game."
Clay mentioned camps at Akron and West Virginia for this summer as well.
Do any schools stick out right now?
"I like Ohio a lot, that's a good place to start," he said. "I like West Virginia since it's close and they have a good engineering school. They are in the Big East, which is big too. I like Marshall since that's only about an hour from my house and I like Akron pretty well too."