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QB Drake Maye is just trying to keep pace with his brothers


is not sure if he’ll end up UNC like his eldest brother and father. It’s still too early in the process for the rising junior. But the pressure of being a younger brother has always been there. And though Drake doesn’t often feel it, he knows the success his brothers reached in college. He’s seen the rings, and he’ll always want to top the other Mayes. (Yahoo!)

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