Soul searching has resulted in a time frame for Uriah LeMay's decision.
The receiver from Matthews (N.C.) Mallard Creek said he will cut down his 25-plus scholarship offers to a top 10 after spring practice, on May 10th, and a top 5 on June 1.
"Just thinking it's time to wind it down," the Watch List 150 prospect texted ESPN on Tuesday. "I'm starting to feel more confident with it so not a whole lot of a reason to wait and drag it out."
When asked if he knew any schools that would definitely make the top 10, LeMay texted, "I know a good seven but a few might get moved around in the time frame from now till then."
Other than that, LeMay declined to offer any hints as to who may end up in the top 10. Georgia is certainly worth watching. LeMay recently spoke highly of a visit to Athens, where his brother, Christian LeMay, is a freshman quarterback. However, it wouldn't be wise to count Georgia as the de facto winner just because of his ties there. With many more offers across the country and a business-like approach, it's hard to predict where Uriah may land. He recently said he enjoyed a visit to South Carolina last week.
LeMay said he'd like to make his decision sometime this summer.