TE Clay is making summer plans

Late last month, Charleston (W.V.) George Washington School tight end Cody Clay pulled his first Division I scholarship. What's gone on since then for the 6-foot-4, 247-pounder?
"Not too much, I just got off the phone with Cornell. They seem pretty interested," he said. "West Virginia is coming by soon and Akron, Marshall and Ohio came by a few weeks ago."
While no new offers have come in, lots of schools want to see Clay this summer.

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"I'm going to a lot of camps this summer," he said. "We're going to Duke, Vanderbilt, Cornell, Ohio and team camps at Marshall and West Virginia."
Clay is still staying open, but likes his lone Division I offer.
"It's too hard to say favorites, but I like Ohio a lot," he stated. "I'm going to see what else happens. I like all the coaches really well there and the program. They have engineering and I like what I've heard about it. It's good."
A few weeks back, Clay visited both in-state schools for spring games.
"I went to West Virginia's spring game and stopped at Marshall," he said. "They went pretty well. I didn't get to talk to Marshall's tight ends coach.
"At West Virginia, I was the only tight end there. I got a little one on one with their recruiting coordinator and they just told me I need to work on my speed and keep my grades up."