The diminutive Myers has been named "Super Kam" by his All-Star peers.
"I am the smallest man out here and I am just making plays," said Myers. "I don't know what my vertical is. I just try to go get it when it's thrown to me."
Going to get it has been a habit for the talented slot receiver.
Myers as the straw that stirred the drink for the Tigers over the course of the last two seasons.
"I feel like I did what I had to do," said Myers. "I did what I could to get us to the state championship this past two years.
"I don't feel like anybody can ask anymore out of me. I worked every day in practice and I worked hard every night."
Several schools have shown some level of interest, but Myers most serious suitors have come from the junior college ranks.
"East Mississippi is on my tail pretty hard," said Myers. "Some other schools are showing interest."
Several college coaches have been on the sidelines this week watching the players work hard to prepare for the All-Star tilt on Saturday.
Myers reports that their presence can be a distraction to some players.
"I don't like how some guys look around and get nervous when the college coaches come around," said Myers.
"I just want everybody to get the work done.
"I figure if the coaches are out here, then just let them enjoy the show."