Has the size and speed to be an outstanding college receiver ... Continues his development and goes into his junior season in position to see significant action for the Tigers in 2019 … Has also cross-trained at tight end for the Tigers … Has played in 14 games during his career at LSU with two catches for 42 yards.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2018)
Played in 12 games with no starts … Caught two passes for 42 yards … Both receptions came in win over Ole Miss as he had catches of 23 and 19 yards against the Rebels … Special teams contributor as well, recording two tackles on that unit … Tackles came against Arkansas and UCF in the Fiesta Bowl.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2017)
Played in the first two games of the season against BYU and Chattanooga … Did not record a stat.
Rated a three-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals, ESPN, and Scout and listed as a Top 30 overall prospect in Louisiana by 247Sports, Rivals, and ESPN ... Played football and ran track in high school ... Led Edna Karr to state championship games as both a junior and senior ... Caught a pair of TD passes in helping Karr to a perfect 14-0 mark and the 4A state title in 2016 ... First team 4A in 2016 by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association ... Helped track relay team to a third-place finish in the 4x200 relay in the spring of 2016 ... Coached by Brice Brown.
Parents are Pam and James McMath ... Born June 14, 1999 ... Majoring in sport administration … Parents named him Racey due to the fact that during his mom’s nine month pregnancy, he never stayed still … According to his mom, “it felt like he was just racing in my stomach, so we said, ‘ok, that’s going to be his name – let’s call him Racey.’”
Racey McMath Career Highs
Receptions: 2 vs. Ole Miss, 2018
Receiving Yards: 42 vs. Ole Miss, 2018
Receiving TDs: 0
Longest Reception: 23 vs. Ole Miss, 2018