Walnut Hills senior combo guard MaCio Teague had a “great” visit to Eastern Kentucky on Wednesday, according to his father, Sean Teague.
Teague, the area’s top uncommitted player in the 2015 class, is still considering his options as April winds down.
MaCio Teague is in the process of setting up another visit to a few other programs, Sean Teague said.
MaCio Teague had planned to take an official visit to Kent State this weekend, but the Golden Flashes added a 6-foot-2 shooting guard Cornell transfer Galal Cancer.
Former Summit Country Day coach Michael Bradley, who coached Teague earlier in his high school career, is an Associate Head Coach at EKU. Bradley played in the NBA and at the University of Kentucky during his playing career.
“The visit was great, lots of experience on that staff and NBA knowledge,” Sean Teague told Cincinnati.com. “Coach Bradley wants him bad and it’s a great environment.”
MaCio Teagu, named Associated Press Division I second-team all-state and first-team all-district, averaged 25.7 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.8 steals this past season for the Eagles (19-6).
His scholarship offers include Eastern Kentucky, UNC Asheville, Yale among others.
A decision is expected by the end of next week.