An Arlington, Texas native, Myles attended Martin High School and became the first person in school history to be drafted to the NFL. After high school, he went on to attend Texas A&M and earned first-team All-America honors. He is now an NFL All-Pro Defensive Superstar, playing for the Cleveland Browns. Off the field, Myles dedicated his time to serve those in need from supporting families that have lost loved ones to police brutality, fundraising for COVID-19 relief, to working towards the mission of bringing water to one million people as the captain of NFL Waterboys. “I am thrilled to be the Waterboys NFL captain and continue my work in ensuring that people have access to safe water. This is my third year involved with the program and I can’t wait to work with my peers around the league, along with fans, to grow Waterboys and build on the momentum . . . around this important cause.” Most recently, Myles was named the Cleveland Browns Walter Payton Man of the Year—one of the NFL's most prestigious individual awards—for his extraordinary dedication to helping people off the field.