VIDEO: Patriots QB Drake Maye Tries To Show Off His Laser Arm By Ruthlessly Drilling Children During Dodgeball Game

We were all aware of Drake Maye and his arm back in college, but he reminded people of just how incredible his arm was during a playoff game of Dodgeball.

The New England Patriots players and coaches chose to spend some time in the community on this week instead of working on the practice fields at Gillette Stadium just ahead of the 2024 NFL season. Their travels eventually took them to the Perkins Community Center/Lee School, where they engaged in a variety of activities with the young students, including a game of Dodgeball.

Drake Maye playing dodgeball

The funniest moment came when Patriots rookie quarterback Drake Maye showed why he was drafted by the team when he nailed center David Andrews and knocked him out of the game.

The Patriots players also had a game against students, and Drake Maye showed how much of a savage he was by nailing kids as well.

Back in April, the former University of North Carolina quarterback was selected third overall in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.

Maye is an intriguing quarterback prospect who has landed in a very difficult situation. He is going to try his best and wash out the bad taste in Patriots fans’ mouths after they had to watch Mac Jones play badly for years.

Drake Maye Starts New Era After Signing Rookie Contract With New England Patriots

Drake Maye (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
Drake Maye is just a few months away from starting his era in New England after signing his rookie contract.

Maye reportedly received a four-year deal with the Patriots for $36.6 million — all fully guaranteed — with a $23.4 million signing bonus. He will carry a $6.6 million cap hit for his rookie season, per ESPN.

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