Myers Park star QB Drake Maye says he’ll enroll at UNC in spring

Quarterback has changed his mind. After initially planning to stay at Myers Park High School and play his senior season of high school football in the spring, Maye will now head to college early and enroll at North Carolina in January, Maye confirmed Thursday. Maye is ranked No. 21 nationally by 247 Sports and the No. 1 recruit in the state. (Charlotte Observer)

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Myers Park star QB Drake Maye says he’ll enroll at UNC in spring

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