Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Butler QB LeMay by the numbers

By now, everyone knows that Butler junior QB Christian LeMay is considered a bigtime prospect, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound athlete with agility and a rifle for an arm. He’s already been offered by more than a dozen schools, most recently by Clemson.

So we thought we’d check the stats on LeMay through six games, three of which I’ve seen:

After torching East Mecklenburg for 11 completions in 14 tries, an effort that produced 182 yards and three TDs, LeMay has now completed 65 of 97 passes, or 67 percent. That has produced 1,214 yards and 17 TDs. And one—count it, one—interception.

Keep in mind that LeMay has a ton of talent around him; great receivers, fine RBs and a strong offensive line. But that shouldn’t take away from his ability to make any throw necessary, and his remarkable accuracy as a junior.

From what I’ve seen, expect the offers to just keep coming.

--Stan Olson

If you have some recruiting info--visits, offers or commitments, email me at solson@charlotteobserver.com


Anonymous said...

Come to Virginia Tech!!!

You could be the next Tyrod Taylor...

NewDay said...

The Panthers certainly could use him.

Anonymous said...

He really needs to mature a lot more and go to college before he can go to the Panthers. At least be relevant with your comments.

Anonymous said...

Thats great for LeMay, his a fine young man. Mallard Creek QB Williams has been a standout since starting for Mallard Creek as a freshman and has gained more attention from D-1 programs.