2000: Earned his second varsity letter while starting the final six games at flanker…finished second on the team with 482 receiving yards…made 25 receptions for an average of 19.3 yards per catch…a serious threat to score whenever the ball is in his hands, he amassed a season-best 105 yards on three catches, two of which were touchdowns vs. Harvard…made a career-high seven receptions for 89 yards and one touchdown in the Leopards’ 136th meeting against Lehigh…as a return specialist, he led the Patriot League in kickoff return average with 26.4 yards per return…established a new Lafayette record with his 97-yard touchdown kickoff return for a touchdown in the Leopards’ Homecoming win vs. Holy Cross…altogether, he ranked second in the Patriot League in all-purpose yards, gaining 105 yards per contest.
1999: Made a strong impact in earning his first varsity letter...started the final eight games of the season at flanker...made a career-high five receptions in wins over Bucknell and Marist...his season-best 61-yard receiving performance came on four catches at Lehigh...also ran two successful reverses for more than 20 yards.
1998: Was not a member of the Lafayette football program.
1997: Saw limited action at the varsity level, primarily on special teams...performed well for the Leopards’ junior varsity program.
AT KETCHAM HIGH SCHOOL: A three sport scholar-athlete, three-year varsity football player, he also was a standout for four years on the track team...he achieved All-County status in both sports, recording 741 yards on 36 receptions and nine touchdowns his senior year...also broke the school record in the 200 meters, running a time of 21.8.
PERSONAL: Art major…son of Mr. and Mrs. Denzil May...born 5/18/79.
RECEIVING Yds./ Yds./ Year G/GS Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Rec. Game 1997 3/0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 1998 -- DNP -- 1999 11/9 24 300 2 45 12.5 27.3 2000 9/7 25 482 6 66 19.3 53.6 Totals 23/16 49 782 8 66 16.0 34.0
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