WR Uriah LeMay discusses his top 10 

May, 8, 2012
Don't read too much into Uriah LeMay's scheduled list of attendees when he announces his college decision.

The four-star receiver from Matthews (N.C.) Butler insists that announcing in mid-May so that his brother, Christian LeMay, can be close by does not mean he's committing to Georgia, where Christian will be a redshirt freshman quarterback this season.

The younger LeMay recently said Nebraska, Clemson, Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Ohio State, North Carolina, Louisville and Tennessee are in the mix.

Georgia is thought to have a solid chance, but LeMay isn't offering any hints, other than he said he had a very positive visit there last month.
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