It was quick, but Tyler Maye’s rise was true. He was virtually unknown coming into the season and then led his Farmville Central to an undefeated state championship. It was a junior season which saw Maye average 24 points per game and be named all state.

Maye has a smooth confidence on the offensive end of the floor. He compliments that with a tight handle of the ball and deceptive quickness. Maye is a very good shooter and can make shots off the catch or the one and two dribble pull up.

After his performance in the prestigious North Carolina Top 80 we wrote, “Coming off an impressive state championship performance the night before, 6’1” Tyler Maye had a great performance at the NC Top 80. More than anything, Maye gave tremendous effort and impressed us with his all-around offensive game. He can score efficiently from all three levels and while he scores a lot from the perimeter, Maye has a quick first step and the ability to get by defenders and to the rim. Tyler was also excellent with his on ball defense and plays it with a “hawkish” type attitude.”

Maye carries offers from Charlotte, Kennesaw St, High Point, and Winthrop. With interesting growing by the day, Maye will have a lot of college coaches eyes on him this week.

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