Hometown: Matthews, N.C.
High School: Butler
Position: Wide Receiver
Ranking on Scout: No. 47 WR | 3-star
Recruiting: Committed to Georgia
Live Evaluation: Mallard Creek at Butler on 8.17.12
Had touchdowns catches of 30 and 32 yards.
LeMay is a very physical high school receiver and he knows how to use his size to his advantage on the football field. He got off press coverage very well in this game and that stood out.
He showed very strong hands and good concentration at all times other than on one occasion in the third quarter when he let a ball get into his body before it bounced out and led to an interception. He looked like a very focused receiver that knows how to make the easy catches and the tough catches.
One of the knocks on LeMay when scouting him has always been his speed and he may not be a blazer, but he is a little deceptive. He got behind the defense a number of times in this game.
You love receivers that are tough and not afraid to block down the field. LeMay is one of those and he likes to mix it up, he is a sound blocker on the outside, and that may help him get on the field earlier in college.
Areas for Improvement:
His route running was solid, but not where it could be. He does run his routes hard whether he is the primary target, a second or third option, or even a decoy, but he needs to work on exploding out of his breaks better. He just needs to sink those hips, make sharper cuts, and that will help the quarterback have a bigger window to get the ball to him.
One thing that stood out in this game was LeMay has the tendency to let the ball come to him. He does a nice job of catching the ball with his hands out of in front of his body, but he needs to come back to the ball. Him sitting there waiting on the ball allows the ball to hang in the air longer giving the defensive backs more time to break it up. This happened in this game.
LeMay is a very solid receiver and he is just not your average guy. There is not one thing that will blow you away about his game, but he does so many things well or above average for someone on the high school level. He is not a true no. one type of receiver, but projects as a strong no. two with the ability to be very productive when he gets to college. He is dependable, he will add another 20 pounds to his frame, he will block, and he can catch the ball in traffic.