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Before UNC’s Luke Maye became a household name, his father was one of nation’s top high school QBs


Long before UNC basketball player ’s newfound celebrity, his father was one of the most celebrated high school athletes in North Carolina. From 1979-82, compiled one of the most impressive athletic resumes in state history. He was all-state in baseball and basketball. But in football, Maye developed into one of the nation’s top quarterbacks. (Charlotte Observer)

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