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Name:Mark Maye
Hometown:Charlotte, NC
Born:January 30, 1965 (54)
Height/Weight:6-4, 200
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football
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Where There Was A Will There Is A Maye
A 3-star forward out of Hough High School in Cornelius, NC, the son of former UNC quarterback Mark Maye had offers from over 12 Division...

Luke Maye climbs to the top of college basketball
Luke Maye grew up in a family of six, with three younger brothers. They're pretty quirky. They put ketchup on everything. Luke's dad and former...

Larry Fedora Offers QB Drake Maye, Brother of Luke Maye
The Maye legacy at North Carolina might extend past this season when senior Luke Maye, son of former Tar Heel quarterback Mark Maye, finishes his...

Is UNC's Luke Maye ready for NBA? It'll be a blessing to find out, his father says.
Luke Maye has been a star at UNC. Whether that will translate into an NBA career is still a question. By turning pro this spring...

Tar Heels Today: Clemson preview, football recruiting note, and the end of small ball?
UNC basketball in the AP and RPI rankings, previewing Clemson, Brice Johnson on the move, the end of "small ball"?! and a football recruiting nugget...

Chansky’s Notebook: Somehow, you knew the Mayes might have a pretty special family
About an hour after Luke Maye hit the shot that beat Kentucky and sent UNC to its 20th Final Four, a big, strapping guy was...

Cole Maye wins baseball national title (Florida) after brother Luke (UNC) wins in basketball
It’s been an amazing couple of months for the Maye family. Years ago, Mark Maye was one of the nation’s top high school football prospects...

UNC’s Luke Maye flips car on I-85, walks away unhurt
Luke Maye, one of the stars of UNC’s run to the 2017 NCAA basketball championship, was involved in a scary car accident Thursday that his...

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 Luke Maye’s newfound celebrity, his father was one of the most celebrated high school athletes in North Carolina. From 1979-82,...

Here’s a throwback Luke Maye picture you must see – and the story behind it
In 2002, as part of a “Where Are They Now?” feature, former North Carolina quarterback Mark Maye posed for The Charlotte Observer with his four...


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