Wake Forest fans should be thrilled with the news that wide receiver Kameron Uter has verbally committed to Wake Forest University. Uter stands at 6'4" 215 pounds, and is an absolute tank. This past season, Uter had 49 receptions for 602 yards (12.29 average) and 12 touchdowns. He also had 7 kickoff returns for 135 yards (19.29 average) and 4 punt returns for 130 yards (32.5 average).
Uter, who was originally committed to Vanderbilt University, opened his commitment back up following the departure of now Penn State head coach, James Franklin. The star wide out, who is rated an 89 overall according to recruiting site 247, visited Wake Forest on the weekend of January 17th and then visited Vanderbilt this past weekend. Following his Vanderbilt visit he cancelled his upcoming Northwestern commitment, and ultimately committed to the Deacs.
Kameron Uter is a two-sport athlete and could potentially play both football and baseball for Wake Forest. At his initial press conference, Dave Clawson said that he would welcome two-sport athletes as long as they fulfilled all of their football requirements.
BIG pickup up for the Deacs! And not just for the football team! 🎩🏈⚾️
BIG pickup up for the Deacs! And not just for the football team! 🎩🏈⚾️— Coach Strickland (@CoachStrizzy) January 29, 2014
Continue to follow Blogger So Dear for all of the latest news on Wake Forest football recruiting. If you want to see who may potentially be throwing him the ball you can check out incoming quarterback recruits Travis Smith and John Wolford.
Please join me in welcoming Kameron Uter to the Wake Forest family! Go Deacs!