Robert Marve

Robert Marve
Team Number:9
Birth Date:02/10/1989

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Robert Marve's father, Eugene, got his son started with football at an early age. Robert Marve grew up hearing all about Eugene's time in the NFL where he played as a linebacker for 12 years with the Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Robert Marve hails from Tampa, Florida and he honed his quarterbacking talents on the high school squad. Robert Marve broke the record of passing yards with 4,380 and touchdowns with 48 and completions with 280. This was better than the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow's marks and broke records up to 31 years old. Robert Marve also completed 280 of 421 passes with only 13 interceptions.

Robert Marve was soon recognized as Florida's Mr. Football and member of Parade All-America team. Robert Marve broke three state season records. He also brought Plant High School to the state championship game.

After such a remarkable high school career, Robert Marve headed off to the University of Miami. He started all but one or two games and completed 116 of 213 passes for 1,293 yards and nine touchdowns. Robert Marve was named rookie of the year.

Robert Marve then transferred to the Purdue Boilermakers in 2009 and had to sit out due to NCAA transfer rules. In spring training of 2010, Robert Marve impressed coaches and was recognized with a Newcomer Award - Offense.

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