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Quincy Monk News & Bio


Name:Quincy Monk
Hometown:Jacksonville, NC
High School:White Oak
Born:January 30, 1979
Died:November 24, 2015
Height/Weight:6-3, 242
Position:Linebacker
Notes:Football

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...

Celebrating Quincy Monk
One of the ACC’s numerous National Football League alums, Quincy Monk, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 36 after a battle with stomach...

Former high school coaches remember Quincy Monk as great person, athlete
Quincy Monk will not only be remembered as a standout athlete at White Oak High, but for also what former coaches said was a positive...

Jones Angell remembers childhood friend Quincy Monk
Quincy Monk, a White Oak High School graduate, former UNC player and NFL linebacker died Tuesday after a battle with cancer, but his legacy still...

Quincy Monk passes away
Former UNC and New York Giants linebacker Quincy Monk passed away Tuesday, the school confirmed on their official Twitter account. He was 36. Monk, a...

Quincy Monk in fight of his life battling stomach cancer (video)
Former White Oak High School and North Carolina star Quincy Monk has been in the fight for his life after suffering a stroke in the...

Kenan Legends: Quincy Monk To Be Honored Saturday
Former UNC linebacker Quincy Monk will be honored in the first quarter of the football game this weekend vs. Wake Forest as part of the...

Fundraiser Saturday for Quincy Monk
A “One Team One Dream” Fundraiser will be held Saturday to assist Tar Heel Quincy Monk (1998-2001) in his battle with cancer. Quincy was diagnosed...

Former UNC Football Players Rally Around Teammate Quincy Monk As He Battles Cancer
A former UNC Tar Heel football player is battling major health issues and his teammates are coming in for support. Quincy Monk played linebacker for...

Quincy Monk "Fighting and Keeping His Spirits Up"
More than a hundred former Tar Heel players and coaches have been contacted by friends and teammates of Quincy Monk in the last 10 days...


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