Carver-Atlanta's Kevin Myles is a speedy defensive back that has run the 40-yard dash in the 4.5-second range.
That speed, coupled with a 5-foot-8, 160-pound frame with room to grow, has led to some early interest from several colleges.
"I have been hearing from pretty much the same schools as my cousin (teammate Mark Williams)," Myles told GAVSV.com this weekend.
The list that Myles is referring to includes Purdue, Illinois Kentucky, Tulane and Middle Tennessee and possible some others.
This past weekend, Myles, who also lives with Williams and their other cousin, Darren Myles, took a trip back to New Orleans where he is from to visit his mother. He currently lives in Atlanta with his uncle.
As for when Kevin Myles will get to visit a college, he says that he is looking forward to impending trip to Alabama.
"We are going May 3," he said. "I am excited to see the campus."
So, what does Kevin Myles think he brings to the football field as a player?
"I have good ball skills and I am fast," the soft-spoken defender said.
Kevin Myles Looking Forward to 'Bama Visit
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