Myers is off to a good start even though the first game for Wayne County didn't go as he hoped it would.
"As a team you know we took a loss the other night so we have a lot of room to improve," he said.
"For myself, I had eight tackles and I had a pretty good game on defense, but anytime you take a loss it is hard to say you had a good game. I just want our team to win."
Myers as a rush end has been hearing from several schools.
"I've been hearing from ULL, ULM, Southern Miss, and a few others," he said.
"The coaches of Southern Miss told me they would watch more film on me and come to see me play. I went to camp and they helped me with technique and gave me some tips.
"I have visited Mississippi State a couple of times and I'll be going to Southern Miss and Lafayette this fall to take in some games."
Myers said he has a few bits of technique that he wants to shore up as the season goes along.
"I have to push myself harder than I ever have before because I know I am a senior and this is it for me," he said. "I've been told I have to improve my hands and footwork. I'm getting after it working hard. I want to play at the highest level next year so I have to do what I have to do."
Myers said he favors the in-state schools, Southern Miss, Mississippi State, and Ole Miss. "I'd love to stay and play for my home state, that would be a dream come true for me," he said.