"I really like it there, the coaching staff and the team. Our host was Devante Averette and he is a junior college transfer like us (Mays and Hodges), so he was able to tell us what it was like coming from junior college like we are."
Mays is a unique case as this season he has played in every game for the top-ranked and unbeaten Lions, who will play Iowa Western in the NJCAA National Championship Game in Biloxi, Miss., on Dec. 7 at Indian Stadium.
Mays has played quarterback for EMCC in every game even though he is not the starting quarterback. He has completed 15-of-16 passing. He does start most games at running back and he has also played slot receiver.
"Yes sir, I expect to come in and play right away," said the multi-talented Mays.
He also said he is looking forward to being at Oklahoma State in January.
"I'm a December graduate and I will sign in December and be there in Stillwater in January," he added. "We had a good time on the visit and I look forward to being a part of that team. I am fully committed and I won't be looking at any other schools."
Mays is 6-0 and 200 pounds and he told us a few weeks ago that he can run a sub 4.5 in the forty.