"It was a great experience," said Myers of the camp. "I got to do a lot of one-on-ones.
"I was strictly a DB today and I had fun."
Myers has played all over the field at Oak Grove including under center at quarterback.
The Bulldogs are still working with Myers to find out where he fits best, but he could take his first snaps at Mississippi State in the secondary.
"I felt good about playing DB tonight," said Myers. "I was comfortable with everything and I had fun.
"I was working with Coach (Tony) Hughes during DB drills and I learned a lot.
"Mississippi State has always been the best fit for me, but every time I come here, I just feel better and better about coming here."
With the final college camp of his career now behind him, Myers is working towards a possible repeat as 6A champions.
"I am moving back to quarterback and I want to get my team another title," said Myers. "I have a new quarterback coach this year and he's a good coach.
"We're ready to start practice and getting back on the field."