Big Red Report caught up with Matt May earlier in the year and it was conceivable then that he would…
Could May get a Nebraska offer?
Matt May is a leader. Last year for Imperial (Nebr.) Chase County, May led his team to the state finals where they came home with the runner-up trophy. He starred as a 6-foot-1, 185 pound linebacker and running back with 4.5 speed. "We were runner-up for state," May said. "We are class C-1. Personally I had 1700 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns on offense. I had like 130 tackles on defense. I played running back and we ran the wishbone. I was the stack-back, middle linebacker." Besides leading his team to the state finals, May landed some very nice personal honors. He received honors for his offensive and defensive efforts. "I was the C-1 honorary captain. For the Huskerland Report I was the C-1 player of the year. I also received all-district and all-state honors. I was all-district in offense and defense. All-state was on offense." The question when you look at...
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