He's a pretty darn good long-snapper on the football team - good enough to have 3 scouts come to the Spring Game, a game which he did not dress out because of a baseball playoff game he was in the day before, and he was on the MAC Coaches' 2nd-Team at Long Snapper this past year. In fact, he is so good at long-snapper that he has won awards at various special teams summer camps he has participated in and was invited to the Kohl's National Camp because of it in Orlando, FL.
Lamar is currently ranked nationally the 30th best Long-Snapper among the 2014 Class (and the top ranked public school snapper in Mississippi) in the Kohl's Snapper Rating System and has a star rating of 4-1/2 stars out of 5 on the same site.
This makes Cody Mills' job a lot easier and a lot more prepared should Mills choose to play for a college - because often times the transition for a punter between high school and college, the ball velocity from the snapper is the biggest challenge because most don't have the velocity to get it to the punter as quick as Lamar does and then be able to handle that snap.
Mills' height makes Lamar actually better at his job - he did not have a high snap, as in snaps Mills wasn't able to handle, last season. Mills only stands at 5'5" (according to last year's height), obviously much shorter than an average punter that is around 6'1"-6'2". This also shows Lamar's accuracy with the Long Snap which must travel about 15 yards to the punter, he has less room for error than other long-snappers. Lamar should get college offers at some point during the year - there are teams that want to be sure of a long-snapper and not have to worry about it for four years.
Lamar also plays baseball, started in Right Field while William Elliott was out but ended up being the Designated Hitter later on in the year when there was not a spot for him in the outfield. With two seniors leaving in the outfield, he should see some more time out there when he is not the DH.
Lamar, like Pittman Phillips and Brooks Krouse before him, likes to swing the bat - although unlike those two, he actually has some success. He led the team in "First Pitch Swing Success" percentage, getting a hit 30% of the time when swinging at the first pitch, more than twice than the team that averaged 14.7% when swinging on the first pitch. Lamar was also third on the team in Batting Average w/ RISP at .379. He has flirted with being on the pitching staff, but may as well stick to JV when pitching. He pitched 0.1 varsity IP last season and gave up 2 runs - giving him a 42 ERA. It happened in a blowout loss during the Spring Break Tournament when the coaches wanted to save the pitching for the rest of the week.
While Lamar has a future with a football team when he goes to college, he will probably have more fun on the diamond.