JC signees by the numbers

It was yet another successful year for JC recruits and the schools that recruited them. Several schools signed multiple JUCO prospects while others were a little more selective, doing their best to fill holes in their rosters. Here's a look at where some of the best prospects went and how they'll likely fit into their new surroundings…
February 8, 2009

Myers may sign in May

Palomar was expecting big things from RB Leilyon Myers (6-0, 230) this year, but he suffered a severely separated shoulder that caused him to miss the 2008 season. JCFootball.com caught up with the talented back and he said while he could return for another season with the Comets he might have a chance to sign with a D-1 program this year judging by the amount of interest he has been getting...
December 8, 2008

Myers hauls in first offer

A big, physical running back is a hot commodity right now in most offenses as programs are using more one-back sets. Palomar RB Leilyon Myers (6-0, 237) has been working hard to prove he isn't just a bulldozer, but that he also has some shake-and-bake. JCFootball.com caught up with the talented back and he updated us on his offseason and talked about his first official offer...
July 6, 2008

Myers may leave Palomar this summer

One of the top JC backs in the state of California this past season was Palomar's Leilyon Myers (6-0, 230). He had a big season for the Comets and, while he expects to return this coming fall, he said there is a chance he could finish up this summer and if that happens he may be suiting up for a Pac 10 school.
February 18, 2008

Husky recruiting at a glance

Washington signed 21 prospective student athletes, and has the potential to bring in one more if the academic Gods are on their side. One look at this class and three things come to mind – it has balance, it has the feel of a class that went for immediate help, and it has a decidedly southern flavor to it.
February 12, 2006

Myers verbals to Huskies

Athletic players are needed on every team. It's even better when those athletes are good football players. Lynwood (Cal.) athlete Leilyon Myers is just such a player. Washington head coach Tyrone Willingham was in his home early Thursday evening and the second-year lead Dawg got some good news before he left.
December 15, 2005