It seems like Myles Garrett has inherited sports gene from his parents
Myles Garrett's family has filled with sports person all around. His brother Sean Williams is a basketball player. Sean is eight years bigger than him. Myles was born on 29 December 1995 and brother Sean was born on 13 September 1986. Sean played for NBA from the year 2007 to 2010. He was a standout basketball player during his college years at Boston College.
Myles's older sister is a senior athletic and runs track at Texas A&M. She has won the NCAA championship and is the first weight throw champion in the history of Aggie.
Despite the injury, Myles Garret has always performed his best.
Myles Garret during the end of 2016 wasn’t seen in some of the games. This defensive lineman was not seen in the play which was Texas A&M against New Mexico State. In the game with Mississippi State, he was seen in a walking boot as he was injured. During this game, he only appeared at the end.
Myles Garret suffered a major ankle injury while having a game on 24 September, the competition was against Arkansas. Following the sprain, he missed the play which was opposite to South Carolina.
Recently this young star Myles Garrett chose on No.1 in an overall pick at Texas A&M' pro highlights. It is been said that his performances Myles performance has improved on almost 40 times at the A&M pro day, according to ESPN. According to the stats provided by ESPN, out of 13 games, Myles Garrett played in the year 2016 he won eight games.
Myles Garret, the biggest freak's workout will amaze you
There is no any doubt that Myles is one of the stunning athletics in American football league. In the 2016's Top 20 Freaks in college football by Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman, he has grabbed the number one position followed by Devon Allen and Leonard Fournette on the second and third.
According to SBNation, "Let's start with the 40-yard dash thing. Garrett alleges he can run a 4.45 seconds sprint there. Defensive ends aren’t supposed to be able to move that quickly." "Garrett isn't going to run his fastest time in every 40, but he's got the physical upside to move like an elite cornerback while being 6'5 and 262 pounds. That's Preposterous."
All the credit goes to the workout he does to maintain his physique. For the continual maintenance of the frame of his body, he does tremendous hard workouts. We can also see Myles Garret's workout videos in YouTube.