Mays signs National Letter of Intent.
- Played for coach Woodrow Lowe Jr. at Bolivar Central
- Four-year starter and three-time All-Region 7-3A First-Team honoree
- Two-time all-district selection
- Helped lead team to a 6-5 record and a spot in the Tennessee Division I Class 3A state playoffs
- Steve Young Co-Award Winner
- Invited to play in Toyota East/West All-Star Game
- Paved the way for the offense to rush for 3,071 yards, pass for 1,828 yards and score 36.9 points per game
- Graded out to 94 percent and finished with 101 pancake blocks
- Finished with 47 tackles on the defensive line
- Three-star ranking by ESPN, rivals and 247Sports
- Ranked as No. 32 in the state of Tennessee by ESPN
- Ranked as No. 21 player in Tennessee and No. 37 guard nationally by rivals
- No. 36 guard in the country and No. 31 player in Tennessee according to 247Sports
- Also offered by Air Force, Army, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Navy, Toledo and UCF
Mays verbally commits to West Virginia.