Marvin Graves

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Marvin Graves (born February 7, 1971) is a former quarterback in the Canadian Football League as well as one of the top signal-callers in the history of Syracuse University.

High school[edit]

Graves was a standout quarterback at Archbishop Carroll High School (Washington, DC), but also excelled at basketball and baseball for the Washington, DC high school.


Graves finished his career as the all-time passing yardage leader at Syracuse (8,466), leading the Orange in the category each of his four campaigns. His 48 touchdown tosses rank second in program history. Graves quarterbacked SU to victories in the 1990 Aloha, the 1992 Hall of Fame and the 1993 Fiesta bowls. In a 1992 game vs. Rutgers he gained 476 yards in just one game.

Graves was named to Syracuse University's All-Century team in November, 1999.

Professional career[edit]

Graves was a quarterback for the Toronto Argonauts (1994–1995), the Saskatchewan Roughriders (1996, 2000–2001), and the Montreal Alouettes (1997).

Coaching career[edit]

After his CFL career, Graves went on to coach for Washington, DC high schools as well as several quarterback camps. He currently coaches quarterbacks for the Division 3 Catholic University of America.

Ultimate Frisbee ownership[edit]

As of 2013, Graves is the co-owner of the Washington, D.C. professional Ultimate team, the DC Breeze.

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