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Maye with Three in the Lead

Marcus Maye may be just starting to realize his potential. The 6-1, 195 pound defender from Melbourne's Holy Trinity Episcopal is already one of the state's top prospects at any position. A recent rise in his status among prospects has not made the prototype safety rest on his laurels. Instead, it has made him hunger to prove that not only does he belong, but he may be at the top.

According to Tracy Biggs, an assistant coach at Holy Trinity who doubles as mentor for Marcus Maye, Maye is starting to become a better player simply because of his desire to be the best he can possibly be. A natural born athlete with size and speed, Biggs says Maye has responded well to recent trips to combines and camps that have seen his star pupil win MVP awards and showcase his talent. "One... Recommended Stories

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