Where We've Seen Him: Fremont Ross (2009), Michigan State summer camp (2011), Track and Field Meet (2011), Canton McKinley (2011), Toledo St. Johns (2011)
Analysis: There is a lot to like about Meyers. He's a good sized kid with track speed and is willing and able to come up and contribute in run support. He has good ball skills and makes a lot of plays on the ball. He also shows good football smarts and puts himself in good position to make those plays. He's also shown good discipline and ability to read and diagnose plays. He has shown man to man coverage ability, but that is not necessarily his strength. He could play corner or safety in college, but project him more as a safety.
From MSU Summer Camp: "Meyers is a track kid who ran well in the 40. He was looking a little raw in drills, but when the 1-1s and 7-7s started, he was physical at the line and showed good playmaking ability, grabbing a couple interceptions. He looked good at safety, and I could see him being a fit there in Michigan State's defense."