Spotlight: Brad Mayes Using Spring Ball To Build For Chance To Threepeat
Mayes had a great season last year, helping the Mountain Hawk offense to tremendous production again, picking up exactly where Montreal Alouette QB Nick Shafnisky left off after the 2016 season.
That doesn't mean Mayes is sitting back sipping an iced tea while his teammates are busting their humps this spring, however. He's been busy.
"This off season was a lot of fun for me," he told me. "I got to take on more of a leadership role which allowed me to make great strides in the weight room. We had an outstanding leadership council as well make some great strides in equipment and gear, nutrition, and alumni partnership. Although those may seem like little things when it comes to the game of football, stuff like looking like a team and matching on Saturdays really go a long way."
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