Mayo Taking Visits; Sits atop Maine’s 2015 Class

New England Recruiting Report | Friday, September 5th, 2014

Mayo Taking Visits; Sits atop Maine’s 2015 Class

Messalsonskee High School big man Nicholas Mayo took over as the top ranked rising senior in Maine following last spring’s AAU season.

With the July evaluation period now in the rearview mirror the decision proved to be a good one as Mayo went on to score several other division I offers.  

Now, Mayo has begun to take his official visits with a trip to Albany up first this weekend.  He heads to Eastern Kentucky next weekend, returning close to Louisville where he turned in big performances at both the Eddie Ford Hoopfest and AAU Nationals during the month of July.  Maine is scheduled to host him later this month for the last of his scheduled official visits.  

Mayo’s summer teammate, Houlton star Kyle Bouchard, also solidified himself as a division I player this summer and holds on to the second spot in the rankings as a result.  The six-foot-four jack of all trades has division I offers on the table but is also reportedly still considering Bentley, who already owns a commitment from Bridgton Academy post-grad, and Hampden Academy graduate, Zach Gilpin.

Gilpin raised the level of his game when it mattered most, playing the best basketball of his AAU season during the recent July evaluation period and heads into his post-graduate season ready to play a significant role for the Wolverines as well.

Another post-graduate, Dusan Majstorovic, is up next as the fourth ranked returning 2015 prospect in the state of Maine.  The skilled six-foot-five swingman made his debut for Lee Academy last year as a senior and already has interest from the likes of Utah State and Southern Illinois after opting to return for an additional year.  

Falmouth forward Jack Simonds rounds out the top five in the state as the skilled six-foot-five southpaw wasn’t just solid throughout the recent AAU game but has a game that translates well to the next level.