“During the season I’ve taken a 10 yard out and turned into a 30-yard touchdown and by jumping over a kid,” LeMay said. “Another one, I juked out almost all 11 defenders and turning a five yard into a touchdown for about 50 yards. Then I had other ones where I had to drag two or three guys on my back, so just depends on what’s needed. ”
A school’s success on the field will have limited effect on LeMay’s college decision.
“It’s a good factor to look into,” LeMay said. “Especially if it’s a young depth chart. that you want to look at as a recruit. Those are the guys there now making an impact and you’re the next class to either follow in the footsteps or create footsteps to be followed. It’s factor but then again it isn’t at the same time.”
LeMay’s father, Stacy played football at Florida A&M and spent time as the chaplain at Florida under coach Urban Meyer. The younger LeMay’s ability to learn through his faith will be one of three factors in finding the right fit for him.
“Two, get a great education on and off the field,” LeMay said. “Three a place I could go to school, leave and come back and feel like such a family at the university that I would be able to come back and have my kids and my family, extended family come back and say this is where I attended school.”