Maty Mauk is a quarterback for the University of Missouri Tigers of the Southeastern Conference.
Mauk came to Missouri after a tremendous career at Kenton High School in Ohio where he was coached by his father Mike. He follows in the footsteps of his older brother Ben who was a standout QB at the University of Cincinnati. Mauk was named a Parade All-American and he set a national record for career passing yards with 18,932. Mauk was named “Mr. Football” in the state of Ohio in 2011 as Kenton finished as the state runner-up and ESPN ranked him the 16th best quarterback prospect in the nation.
Mauk redshirted at Missouri in 2012 and played a big role in their success in 2013 as he made four starts in place of injured starter James Franklin. Mauk played in 13 of 14 games as a redshirt freshman and threw for 1,071 yards while earning a spot on the All-SEC Freshman team. Mauk tossed 11 touchdowns while only being intercepted twice. Mauk also showed his versatility as he ran for 229 yards and a touchdown in 2013. He tied the school record for touchdown passes in a game with five against Kentucky and finished the year strong, leading the Tigers on a touchdown drive in the 41-31 Cotton Bowl victory over Oklahoma State. Mauk was named the SEC Freshman Player of the Week three times in 2013 and was named the Tigers’ Freshman of the Year.
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