Rivals250 wide receiver Uriah LeMay has announced a top ten. The Matthews (N.C.) Butler prospect discussed the list and the latest right now.
"I just put out a top ten yesterday," he said. "The list includes Clemson, Georgia, Louisville, Ohio State, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and South Carolina."
Why did those schools make the list?
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"Those are the colleges that have stood out to me the most out of all the offers as far as the academic standpoint, athletic standpoint and the coaches," he stated. "They all fit the three criteria I'm looking for, someplace that can develop me mentally, spiritually, physically and academically. They will make me a better man when I leave than when I come in."
LeMay has visited many of his top options to date.
"I've hit up a good number of them, up to Virginia Tech and as far south as Auburn."
With a number of visits having already occurred, LeMay expects to revisit a lot of schools. What does he want to see on his return trips this summer?
"Really, it's just consistency, that's one of the biggest things for me," he said. "You get there one time and you get one thing and then another time it's another thing. I want consistency."
The 6-foot-1, 181-pounder has no visits set up at this time, but noted he may consider a couple summer camps.
"I may go to Clemson and Georgia for camps," he said. "It would really just be to compete. I'd never get a chance to do it again and I want to do a few camps just to compete and show my talent, there's not enough showcasing in high school."
In the meantime, LeMay has kept busy working with a couple former Butler stars.
"In the last couple weeks I've been working out with R.J. Blanton (Notre Dame) and Eddie Whitley (Virginia Tech)," he said. "They came back to school and it was a good chance to see what it's like to face defensive backs at another level.
"Those guys established Butler as a program and their work ethic transcended to professional endeavors. They showed me it is possible to get it done with hard work."