"I'm doing well," he said. "We just need to play more together and work harder as a team.
"I feel like we're just as good as most of these teams. We've caught a lot of bad breaks and aren't playing up to our capability."
Team United is currently 4-8, and Maye has been one of the few bright spots. The 6-foot-7 forward is averaging 17.7 points on 51.3% shooting from the field and is grabbing 8.6 rebounds per game. He currently ranks 13th in scoring and sixth in rebounding.
He continues to impress Scout.com Recruiting Analyst Rob Harrington.
"His success owes in large part to his strength and exquisite hands," Harrington said of Maye earlier this spring. "He isn't the quickest guy to the ball... but even a fingertip on the ball for Maye equates to an entire hand for less coordinated athletes. He's an exceptional passer on the interior, from the high post and on outlets. In that fashion he contributes to the running game despite not being a gazelle himself.
"Meanwhile, he's a maximum effort player who even in more casual settings demonstrates commendable focus and hustle. Along with a powerful frame and very solid lower body, he should have no trouble establishing position and holding his ground at the next level."
"He's also a high academic achiever and combines that with top-notch court IQ," Harrington added. "He understands how to compensate to an extent against superior athletes. He'll still need to answer the question how he would fare against big-time frontcourt opponents in college, of course, and that query will linger through spring and summer."
Colleges have taken notice. Maye holds several offers and programs like Virginia, Notre Dame, and NC State are extensively evaluating the 6-foot-7, 225-pounder. Heading up his recruitment for NC State is assistant coach Bobby Lutz.
"NC State is recruiting me," said Maye. "I talk to coach Lutz about once a week, and i've talked to coach Gottfried.
"I like State. I've been there for a football game. It seems like a really cool place."
Maye, who maintains that he is wide open, plans to make a decision this fall.