"We're still learning to play as a team, but we'll be fine when league play begins," said Myers. "I don't like losing though."
Myers was planning on attending UCLA's game against either Washington or California, and at the same time would like to begin taking his official visits.
"I don't really have a leader right now, but I do like UCLA a lot. My top school changes, though, all the time. I want to take my trips to Colorado and Utah, too, and see them, and then if any other offers come, I'll see which ones I'll visit," said Myers, who is being recruited by Jon Embree to UCLA.
While he prefers running back, Myers acknowledged that he could also play safety in college, but didn't want to dwell too much on a position change.
"I want to run the ball, but if a school thinks I'm a defensive back and it gets me on the field, I'll maybe move," Myers said.
UCLA is recruiting Myers as an athlete, with a very good chance he could project as a UCLA tailback.
Through three games, Myers has 222 yards on 38 carries and a touchdown while adding 18 tackles for Lynwood.
Academically, he has a 2.6 GPA and achieved a qualifying test score on the SAT.