It looks like the deliberation over Christian LeMay’s fate may carry on a while longer.
A decision might not come for another seven to 10 days, according to a report by Rivals.com senior high schools analyst Dallas Jackson, who did not cite sources.
That was the original time frame given after LeMay went before a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools disciplinary committee on June 14 for an alleged violation of the school system’s code of conduct.
I contacted LeMay’s father this week for an update on his son’s case. “I would encourage you to be patient,” The Rev. Stacy LeMay said via text message. “We are not interested in this being a multiple-article drama.”
The nature of LeMay’s offense has not been made public. He reportedly faces an out-of-school suspension of as many as 30 days.
LeMay, the No. 2-rated quarterback in the nation, according to Scout.com, announced on April 30 he intends to play football at Georgia and plans to enroll there in January.
LeMay led Butler High to an undefeated season and the North Carolina 4A state championship as a junior last season. He completed 68.5 percent of his passes for 3,296 yards with 44 touchdowns and just two interceptions.