Myers has been in contact with Wisconsin's offensive line coach Bob Bostad.
"I like him," Myers said. "He has kind of grown on me, but I like him."
Myers attended Wisconsin's Junior Day last weekend and was impressed with the coaching staff, facilities and overall reputation of Wisconsin.
"They are one of the best, if not the best for offensive line in general," Myers said about Wisconsin. "Obviously, they have a successful program."
The 6-foot-6, 265-pound offensive tackle said he enjoyed Wisconsin's Junior Day presentation on nutrition.
Myers also attended Bowling Green's Junior Day and said their program is one he wants to continue learning more about.
"Bowling Green, I could tell they are up and coming. They are one of the better teams," Myers said. "They are a competitive program with all the big schools and I think they have great facilities and good coaches."
Myers plans to attend summer camps at Wisconsin, Bowling Green and Virginia.
But what are some of Myer's strengths?
"My biggest strength would probably be my size," Myers said. "Being big and playing offensive line helps more than anything. But one of my weaknesses is probably my foot speed."
In order to improve his foot speed Myers has been lifting on a regular basis and working hard at spring track and field. Myers is a thrower and said he will continue to work on his foot speed in the off-season.
Myers said he originally thought he wanted to stay in state for college, but is unsure at this point.
The offensive tackle recruit has not decided a major.
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