"I set up two official visits. I am going to NC State from December 5-7 and Virginia December 12-14," says the 6-foot-2, 210 pounder. "I am going to set one up sometime soon to Virginia Tech, but I know I am going to visit them for the Virginia/Virginia Tech game, too.
"The next two are kind of questionable, but I am more than likely going to visit Tennessee. I am not sure of the last one. It will probably be either Purdue or North Carolina for that one."
Mayo says that his top four schools are all completely even, but if he had to pick a school as of today, where would the speedy ‘backer pick?
"If I had to pick today, it would be Virginia, but they are not the leader."
Mayo started the season very well, including 18 tackles, a forced fumble, and a blocked field goal in his last game against the defending state champions Phoebus and their star running back Elan Lewis. In the first game of the year, he had eleven tackles.
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