Myles Garrett in camp update
Myles Garrett was the consensus number one pick of the 2017 NFL draft. Despite the ridiculous rumor that The Cleveland Browns might select UNC quarterback, Mitch Trubisky, with the first pick.
Yes, sanity prevailed (only for one pick though-the Chicago Bears took Trubisky, a second round talent, with the second pick) and the Cleveland Browns pick Myles Garrett.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) July 29, 2017
So far we are hearing the right things about Garrett in training camp
Myles Garrett wants to be the best to ever play the game.
— Aggieland Illust. (@aggiemag) July 30, 2017
That is easy to say, but at the end of the day you have to work at it and make it happen. At the NFL level, God’s physical blessings won’t take you all the way. And there is always another guy willing to do one more rep.
But is Myles Garrett the guy doing the one more rep?
From the sound of it. So far, it looks like Myles Garrett is the last one off the field.
Why does Myles Garrett run 100-yard sprints after practice? “I want to be more than prepared for the game” he says.
— Patrick Maks (@maksimuspatrick) July 31, 2017
I did mention God given talent didn’t I?
I don’t know when strength becomes superhuman. But I’d say that Myles Garrett is approaching superhuman strength.
Myles Garrett casually mentioned he was leg-pressing “about 1,450” in the video with his friend sitting on the machine.
— Andrew Gribble (@Andrew_Gribble) July 27, 2017
A post about the number one pick
Without mentioning a controversy would be unconscionable. So we’ll stick a little controversy in here.
Evidently Myles Garrett was scene wearing Nike shoes…And he has an Adidas contract-GASP!
Myles Garrett wearing Nikes on his first day of camp. Did I miss something about his Adidas deal? pic.twitter.com/Hxa577LVbD
— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) July 27, 2017
On the field
He seems to get swept up here. But hey, let’s pick apart everything. As a matter of fact, I don’t like the way he tied his shoes.
— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) July 28, 2017
But here, yeah. That’s gonna work.
— Blitzburgh (@Steel_Curtain4) July 29, 2017
Best for last
He’s taking care of the fans. Who pay the money. That ends up in his bank account.
— ESPN Cleveland (@ESPNCleveland) July 27, 2017
Myles Garrett update
Some, including me, were pretty hard on Garrett leading up to the draft. I was worried about his motor. I don’t know if the ghost of Cleveland Aggies past, Johnny Manziel, visited him at night and scared him. But Garrett seems to be running down a path that will take him to his goal of being the GOAT.
I’m not saying it is a sure thing. But he seems to know that he is a far way off from his goal. And, that it will take a lot of work to get there.