"Right now it's just Auburn and Georgia," he said. Myles also has offers from both Auburn and Georgia as well as several other schools including Florida and North Carolina and another big offer, Miami, could be on the way soon.
When I asked Myles if an offer from Miami would change his two favorites he responded, "No".
So why Georgia and Auburn?
"I visited Auburn a few months ago and it was nice," he said. "And Georgia would be close to my family and I really like their program," Myles said.
"I spoke to Coach VanGorder the other day. He wants me to come to Athens for the July 11th camp. I am thinking about going to the camp," he said.
Myles said that he would like to play early and that he would rather not redshirt his freshman season at the school that he chooses. "Playing time will matter," he said.
Perhaps the reason that Georgia has inched up to equal with the Tigers recently is because Myles has not hear from Auburn lately. "It's been a couple of weeks since Auburn has called," he said.