The 6'6 redhead right-hander pitched for Northwest High School in Justin, Texas, and has committed to play college ball at Texas Tech. He is the first player drafted out of his high school, though as MLB.com notes his high school also produced Tyler Collins, who was drafted out of college.
Baseball America noted that May "touches 93-94" and has "a potentially plus breaking ball with slider shape."
From MLB Pipeline:
He dealt at 90-93 mph and reached 95 at the outset of his senior season, and he still has room for additional projection. His fastball had one of the highest spin rates (2649 rpm) at the World Wood Bat Association World Championship in October, which translates into riding life that makes it hard to hit.