Career Highlights

Jeronne is a very versatile forward who can play both the PF and SF positions. Jeronne is built like an ox and is long, athletic, and has very high basketball I.Q. Maymon has a very chiseled frame with great mobility and knows how to use his strength to his advantage. He is a very skilled player offensively and has a nice array of post moves, and at the same time he is a knock down outside shooter. Left handed, Maymon has a very feathery touch from the outside. He is a nightmare for the opposition. If a bigger player is guarding him he will take him outside, and if he has a smaller player on him he will take him in the post and bang. Maymon’s most reliable source of offense comes facing the basket from around 18 feet, where he shows good ball-handling skills, a powerful first step and long strides taking slower defenders off the dribble. He gets to the free throw line prolifically and knocks down around 70% once there. No matter who is guarding Jeronne he has the strength and speed to score against them.

Maymon’s biggest strengths revolve around his rebounding ability, ranking as one of the top rebounders in the SEC per-40. He uses his strong frame, long arms and excellent competitiveness to go out of his area on a regular basis crashing the offensive glass. Defensively, Maymon puts in great effort, and even though overmatched in height at times his effort makes him a good defender. His size and strength gives him a chance to guard anyone at the SF or PF position.

Maymon finished his career at the University of Tennessee, ranked seventh on Tennessee’s all-time list for offensive rebounds. He also finished his career ranked first for offensive rebounding average at nearly 3orpg. His 123 offensive rebounds as a senior marked the third-highest single-season total in Tennessee history. As a senior, Jeronne averaged 10ppg, 8rpg, 1apg, 1bpg, 1spg. He finished third in rebounds in the SEC and shot 54% FG. Maymon was a team captain and helped take his team to the Sweet 16 in the 2014 NCAA tournament. Jeronne redshirted the 2012-13 season due to a left knee injury.

In his junior year, Maymon earned second-team All-SEC honors and was also voted SEC’s Most Improved Player and Most Underrated Player in 2012. As a junior Jeronne, averaged13ppg, 8rpg, 1.2apg, 1spg, 1bpg, 57%FG. He had a career game against 8th ranked Memphis, 32 points and 20 rebounds. He also helped lead his team to the NIT Sweet 16 in 2012. He started his freshman season at Marquette but then quickly transferred to Tennessee.

Maymon graduated from Madison Memorial High School and was a two-time Wisconsin state player of the year. He led the Spartans to a 26-1 overall record and WIAA Division 1 Championship as a senior in 2008-09. He was also a consensus top-100 prospect nationally and was rated as high as 46th nationally by


Maymon was born in Madison Wisconsin on March 6, 1991. He is the son of Tim and LaTonya Maymon. He graduated Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. His favorite basketball player is Carmelo Anthony.


“Coming out of college it was important to pick the right fit for my agent. Scott and his staff at Rize have the know how and the right contacts to navigate me through the NBA Draft process. Scott is always honest with me and makes sure that I have plenty of options moving forward. He has tremendous contacts both in the NBA and overseas. Although I was a rookie coming to Rize, Scott always made me feel like I was one of his top priorities.”