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Interview with Former Tar Heel LB Kivuusama Mays


Since leaving Chapel Hill played three years in the NFL and although he enjoyed it, his love of college still rang through when I spoke with him. A family man of four children Mays has taken his work abroad where he is leading the way in building infrastructure in Togo, Africa. Networking and building business relationships has allowed him to see the world through a different lens. (Keeping It Heel)

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