North Carolin quarterback Drake Maye is trending toward an All-American calibre season.

On Tuesday, Pro Football Focus released its midseason All-America teams and Maye made the cut.

Maye was slotted in the “honorable mention” spot behind Alabama QB Bryce Young, Ohio State QB CJ Stroud, and Tennessee QB Hendon Hooker.

Maye faces some seriously stiff competition this year, with Young, Stroud and Hooker expected to be the top Heisman contenders. Stroud currently leads all FBS quarterbacks in passing touchdowns (24), passer rating (207.6), and yards per attempt (10.9).

Despite an Alabama loss to Tennessee on Saturday, Young remains one of the nation’s top QB’s, throwing for 1,657 yards and 16 touchdowns. After Tennessee’s impressive win over Alabama, Hooker Heisman stock has skyrocketed. Hooker has only had 1 interception while throwing for 1,817 yards and 15 touchdowns so far this season.

Maye has certainly shown that he can hold his own with the other big names at the QB position. Maye has played beyond expectation this season, especially for a first-year starter.

The QB led the Tar Heels to an upset over Duke on Saturday, with Maye showing out with 28-of-38 passing for 380 yards and 3 touchdowns. Maye has thrown for 1,903 yards and 21 touchdowns already this season.

North Carolina is off in Week 8 but will host Pitt in Week 9.