Three-star defensive end Aaron Maybin out of Ellicot City (Md.) Mt. Hebron has an official visit with Virginia Tech scheduled for November 11th. The 6-foot-3, 211-pounder with 4.64-second speed appears to have lined up a second official this time to the SEC.
"I'm thinking Florida in late November probably when they play Florida State on November 25th. I also plan to probably take an official to Penn State," he said. "I chose both of those schools because I have great relationships with the coaching staffs and they are good athletically and academically."
Maybin isn't sure if his visit to the Ohio State-Penn State game will be his official, but either way he plans on attending the game. The No. 11 player in Maryland also plans to attend the Virginia-Maryland game if his schedule allows it.
Maybin currently has no idea who will receive the last two officials.
If you checked out Mt. Hebron's 35-13 win over Centennial last weekend, you would have noticed the No. 10 weakside defensive end in the country didn't play.
"I actually sat out the game because of my sprain to a ligament against Delaney earlier this season," he said. "The injury is going fine and I've been doing physical therapy since it happened and the doctors say it's healed a lot better than expected. I'm probably back to about 95% now. If I get cleared by the doctor, I'll be playing on Saturday.
"It was the toughest thing in the world not being able to go out there and play. The worst thing about it was I have the feeling that if I can walk, I can play. Last week I was at 65-70% and could walk and jog. Our team has a lot of talent though and the guys did a good job filling in for me while I was out. I pointed out things to them to give insight what I see from the sidelines to improve their game and they played hard and did their jobs to help our team to a victory."