Micah Mays Jr.

  • Pos WR
  • Height 6-2
  • Weight 184

Prospect Info

Wake Forest Demon Deacons

  • Jersey #86
  • Class SO
  • Age 19

As a Prospect

  • Class 2023
  • Committed 8/7/2022
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H.S. Scouting Report

Evaluated 06/16/2022

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting


Power 4 Starter

A larger vertical threat that owns one of the better track and field profiles in the class of 2023. Captured gold at Florida’s 1A track meet as a junior in both the 400-meter dash and triple jump. Also took third in the high jump. All of his 6-foot-2, 175-pound listing and should continue to fill out over the years once under the watchful eye of a college strength coach. Uses his long stride to stretch the field and create big-play opportunity after big-play opportunity. Bunny-like hops allows him to play above defenders and gives him a higher success rate in jump ball situations. Faster than he is quick and not one that produces a ton of YAC, but has good vision and has shown that he will fight to move the chains. Must continue to progress as a route runner and learn how to block college-sized defenders out on the perimeter, but looks like someone that should be able to produce as an outside receiver at the Power Five level in a modern pro-style attack that wants to take deep shots and challenge safeties. Likely to provide special teams value given measurables and has made plays at defensive back in the past on the camp circuit. Comes from an athletic family (dad coaches after playing quarterback in college) and is someone that could blossom into an NFL Draft pick one day with his traits.

H.S. Athletic Background

Member of 247Sports' 2023 Freaks List.

A three-sport athlete (track and field, basketball) ... Took home state titles as a junior in the 400-meter dash (47.52) and triple jump (45’11.75”) at Florida's 1A meet. Also placed 3rd in the high jump (6’1.5”) at states while anchoring a 4x400 squad that captured a regional title a few weeks prior … As a sophomore, was a state qualifier in the 200-meter dash, 400-meter dash, high jump and triple jump.
2022: As a senior, caught 27 passes for 503 yards and 8 TD in 10 games. Helped a young North Palm Beach TheBenjamin School squad, which played multiple QBs, post a 5-5 record and make the first round of Florida’s 1M playoffs.
2021: Got snaps primarily at WR. Caught 42 passes for 724 yards (17.3 average) and 7 TDs. Helped The Benjamin School go 8-2 and made second round of Sunshine State’s 3A playoffs.
- Andrew Ivins


  • Micah Mays Father

    Played QB at Grambling.

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