Big time wide receiver Uriah LeMay of Matthews (N.C.) Butler is keeping his cards close to his chest. The 6-foot-2, 188-pound receiver holds many offers from big time programs but is not divulging his top schools.
"There are a couple of schools I could see myself playing at because of their style of play, but really I can't give any specific names," said LeMay. "I'm leaning towards up-tempo spread offenses."
Even with a stack of scholarship offers from major college football programs like Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Notre Dame, Tennessee and Virginia Tech, LeMay still hasn't received an offer from his dream school.
"I'd really like to get an offer from Ohio State," he said. "I really like that they hired Urban Meyer."
LeMay is still planning more college visits, but to this point one previous visit is really standing out.
"The visit I can most vividly remember would probably be the Virginia Tech visit," he said. "I went down there and the atmosphere was the craziest out of any of the college campuses I've been to. When the Hokies came out on the field you could literally feel the stadium jumping from the fans being as excited as the players."
As for making his decision, LeMay wants to make sure he fits in with the team.
"I'm trying to stay open to the process," said LeMay. "My parents and I discuss it after each visit and any time we watch a game on TV."
With LeMay's brother, Christian LeMay, currently at Georgia as a quarterback, the possibility of this giving the Bulldogs and advantage was discussed.
"There's no favoritism shown by any of the decision makers in my family," said LeMay. "They want me to choose a school for my own reasons."
With one more season of high school ball still to play LeMay's stats are already very impressive. During his career LeMay has amassed 75 receptions for 1,469 yards, 80 rushing attempts for 780 yards and 31 total touchdowns.
"I'm working to improve my footwork, route running and hand strength for next season," said LeMay.