Angel Nunez and Khem Birch aren’t the only high-major prospects at Notre Dame Prep this season.
Todd Mayo, who played last year at Germantown (Tenn.), is “exploding,” according to coach Ryan Hurd.
Right now, the schools coming at him the hardest are Marquette, Baylor, Marshall, Hofstra, UNLV and Memphis.
“Once we play in Connecticut next week, in front of all those coaches, he’s going to explode,” Hurd said. “I expect him to be one of the most sought-after guards in the country in the spring.”
Mayo will sign during the late period.
Another rising guard is Sam Cassell Jr., who transferred from St. Frances Academy (Md.).
Hurd said that he would likely reclassify to the class of 2012.
“He and his father both think that’s the best thing for him,” Hurd said.
New Jersey guard Myles Davis has already decided to reclassify to 2012.