As a Baltimore, Maryland native, Myles attended Boys’ Latin School of Maryland where he led his team to a National Championship as a junior. As a senior, he was named “Most Improved Player,” totaling 52 wins and just six losses in his career. Myles was also a starting defensive back and wide receiver on the football team. In addition, he was named to the Honor Roll, is a registered volunteer for American Red Cross, and won the Jack H. Williams Award, honoring the student that is most caring and shows the most benevolence. He continued his lacrosse career at Furman University where he appeared in 12 games, starting in six. Myles will graduate in 2019 with a Communication Studies degree with a focus in Real Estate and Sale.
Myles has been a mentor and leader throughout his life as a volunteer for American Red Cross, a coach for Charm City Lacrosse, a coach for the Zingos Lacrosse Club, a leader at senior retreats, a Co-Director for a Boys’ Latin Theatre Arts Production, and a part of Boys’ Latin Buddy Program where he mentored a fifth grade student. He was a member of his FCA Huddle in high school and has continued to be involved with Furman University’s FCA Huddle. He was also a Co-Founder of the Furman Men’s Lacrosse Gentlemen of Faith Bible Study Group.
Myles is looking forward to being a part of the FCA Lacrosse Fellows Program because he wants to make a difference, to be an inspiration to not only the players but to everyone in the FCA community. He wants to show how powerful Jesus Christ is through his actions and is eager to share his story with others to encourage them to love God. Myles is also looking forward to coaching the future of lacrosse and being a role model to the kids by teaching them the importance of hard work, determination, perseverance, and most importantly, a relationship with Christ.