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By Baltimore Sun reporter | October 21, 2010
Age: 22 Hometown: Baltimore Education: Mt. Hebron High School and Penn State University Professional: NFL defensive-end/linebacker for the Buffalo Bills Community works: His charitable fund, Project Mayhem, promotes art education among inner-city youth. In February, Maybin will host his annual winter 'Celebration of the Arts,' which includes visits to local schools, an art workshop for children at area hospitals, and a benefit dinner. For more information, go to his website, aaronmaybin.
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By Everett Cook, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2012
Keion Carpenter walks through the gates of his former high school, Woodlawn, making his way to a tunnel under the bleachers. He has made this walk hundreds of times before, including places like the Georgia Dome in Atlanta and Lane Stadium at Virginia Tech. The retired NFL defensive back who now runs the Shutdown Academy - a non-profit academic institution that offers sports - bobs his head to the Jay-Z blaring from the speakers on the field and watches a 12-year-old from New Jersey break out on a long run. Carpenter walks over to the sidelines to join the other two Shutdown Academy founders, current New York Jets linebacker Aaron Maybin and Houston Texans wide receiver Bryant Johnson, snapping pictures with kids and talking football with adults who used to watch him every Sunday in the fall.
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By Donna M. Owens, Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2010
You might say that Aaron Maybin is on top of the world. Indeed, from the lofty perch of his new condo at the Inner Harbor, the 22-year-old NFL player has a panoramic view of the city he calls home. "Oh man, I love it," said Maybin, a linebacker for the Buffalo Bills who was born in Baltimore and went to school in Ellicott City. "To live downtown, to wake up and look out at the harbor, it's incredible. " Maybin, a standout at Mt. Hebron High School and an All American at Penn State University, was selected as the NFL's 11th overall draft pick in 2009.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2012
Pancakes. Sandwiches. Omelets. And that's just breakfast. Michael Phelps' notorious calorie-dense training diet is so well known, even a NFL football player is using it to bulk up for the season. Aaron Maybin, a linebacker for the New York Jets, says the Olympian's eating habits have been his inspiration to gain 20 pounds. “He eats like one of us,” Maybin told the New York Post, gesturing to his hulking teammates. Maybin, who lives in Maryland, says during the off-season he's spent time with Phelps and watched in awe as he's chowed down.
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April 26, 2009
MAYBIN NO. 11: : Columnist David Steele writes from the festivities in Largo as the Bills draft former Mount Hebron standout Aaron Maybin (above with parents Violette and Mike) 11th overall. PG 10 TRADE UP, DOWN: : The Jets went from the No. 17 pick all the way to No. 5 to grab their quarterback of the future in Mark Sanchez. They sent their first- and second-round picks, plus three players, to the Browns. Cleveland went from No. 5 to 17 to 19, then finally took its first pick when it traded down again to No. 21. RUN ON TACKLES: : Three offensive tackles went in the first eight picks - Jason Smith (No. 2 to the Rams)
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2012
Pancakes. Sandwiches. Omelets. And that's just breakfast. Michael Phelps' notorious calorie-dense training diet is so well known, even a NFL football player is using it to bulk up for the season. Aaron Maybin, a linebacker for the New York Jets, says the Olympian's eating habits have been his inspiration to gain 20 pounds. “He eats like one of us,” Maybin told the New York Post, gesturing to his hulking teammates. Maybin, who lives in Maryland, says during the off-season he's spent time with Phelps and watched in awe as he's chowed down.
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By Everett Cook, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2012
Keion Carpenter walks through the gates of his former high school, Woodlawn, making his way to a tunnel under the bleachers. He has made this walk hundreds of times before, including places like the Georgia Dome in Atlanta and Lane Stadium at Virginia Tech. The retired NFL defensive back who now runs the Shutdown Academy - a non-profit academic institution that offers sports - bobs his head to the Jay-Z blaring from the speakers on the field and watches a 12-year-old from New Jersey break out on a long run. Carpenter walks over to the sidelines to join the other two Shutdown Academy founders, current New York Jets linebacker Aaron Maybin and Houston Texans wide receiver Bryant Johnson, snapping pictures with kids and talking football with adults who used to watch him every Sunday in the fall.
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By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | November 6, 2005
To report a high school signing or commitment, email sports@baltsun.com or call 410-332-6200. BOYS Baseball Jared Cozart, Pikesville, UNC-Greensboro Lyle Krale, Great Mills, Mount St. Mary's Football Aaron Maybin, Mount Hebron, Penn State Soccer Jordan Lewis, McDonogh, Duke Jonathan Ports, McDonogh, Maryland GIRLS Basketball Tamara George, Mercy, Davis & Elkins College Cross country Field hockey Lacrosse Kristen Carr, Mercy, North Carolina...
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | October 14, 2005
Mount Hebron's Aaron Maybin, among the nation's top defensive end-linebacker recruits, will hold a news conference at his school on Monday, when he is expected to announce his decision to attend Penn State on a full football scholarship, according to sources familiar with the player's decision. The 6-foot-4, 230-pounder, whose seven sacks in five games leads the Vikings, apparently had been leaning heavily toward accepting an offer from Florida, which is coached by the youngish Urban Meyer and which allows "more freedom to rush the passer" than Penn State, coached by aging Joe Paterno, traditionally does.
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By Matt Vensel | November 14, 2012
Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday. That way he'll have an excuse to do the same to start his workday, too. RUNNING IT BACK The Ravens signed former Oakland Raiders cornerback Chris Johnson and put running back Bobby Rainey on injured reserve. … The Ravens brought back former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dennis Dixon, who will replace rookie safety Omar Brown on the practice squad . … Backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor is cherishing his recent playing time . … Mike Preston thinks Ray Rice will be the focal point of the offense on Sunday night.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | October 21, 2010
Age: 22 Hometown: Baltimore Education: Mt. Hebron High School and Penn State University Professional: NFL defensive-end/linebacker for the Buffalo Bills Community works: His charitable fund, Project Mayhem, promotes art education among inner-city youth. In February, Maybin will host his annual winter 'Celebration of the Arts,' which includes visits to local schools, an art workshop for children at area hospitals, and a benefit dinner. For more information, go to his website, aaronmaybin.
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By Donna M. Owens, Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2010
You might say that Aaron Maybin is on top of the world. Indeed, from the lofty perch of his new condo at the Inner Harbor, the 22-year-old NFL player has a panoramic view of the city he calls home. "Oh man, I love it," said Maybin, a linebacker for the Buffalo Bills who was born in Baltimore and went to school in Ellicott City. "To live downtown, to wake up and look out at the harbor, it's incredible. " Maybin, a standout at Mt. Hebron High School and an All American at Penn State University, was selected as the NFL's 11th overall draft pick in 2009.
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April 26, 2009
MAYBIN NO. 11: : Columnist David Steele writes from the festivities in Largo as the Bills draft former Mount Hebron standout Aaron Maybin (above with parents Violette and Mike) 11th overall. PG 10 TRADE UP, DOWN: : The Jets went from the No. 17 pick all the way to No. 5 to grab their quarterback of the future in Mark Sanchez. They sent their first- and second-round picks, plus three players, to the Browns. Cleveland went from No. 5 to 17 to 19, then finally took its first pick when it traded down again to No. 21. RUN ON TACKLES: : Three offensive tackles went in the first eight picks - Jason Smith (No. 2 to the Rams)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2005
COLLEGE PARK - River Hill advanced David Heckmann (119 pounds), Taylor Green (125), Ryan Lauer (130) and Ryan Dieter (189) into today's semifinals but trailed favored Walt Whitman in team points, 56-41, entering the Class 4A-3A state wrestling tournament at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. Lauer (34-6) pinned his second and third straight opponents to earn a shot at La Plata's Matt Orzenchowski. Green, a returning state runner-up, won twice by a combined 20-6. "We brought six wrestlers to this tournament, and we got six through the first round," Lauer said.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | October 18, 2005
From his position on stage in Mount Hebron's half-filled auditorium yesterday, Aaron Maybin saw faces that made him recall a difficult childhood past, marvel at his journey toward overcoming it and ponder a bright future. Just a few moments earlier, the crowd had watched the deep-voiced, 6-foot-4, 230-pound defensive end-linebacker prospect announce his intentions to accept a full athletic scholarship to Penn State, ending a hotly contested battle for the Baltimore area's No. 1 football recruit that included Florida, Virginia Tech, Virginia, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Maryland.
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