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Dewitt Myers
Dewitt Myers

Hometown:
Summerville, S.C.

High School:
Summerville

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180

Position:
DB

Birthdate:
01/24/1984


2005: Played in nine games and started in four to garner his third straight letter...Had 25 tackles, of which 14 were solo... Started off the season with five tackles in each of the first two games against Elon and James Madison... Recorded at least one tackle in every subsequent game he played in... Had two tackles, one tackle-for-loss and an interception in the overtime win against Gardner-Webb... Also had four pass break-ups on the year...

2004: Started seven and appeared in nine games he saw action in his sophomore year... Had 27 tackles and three interceptions, along with five pass breakups... Finished tied for eighth in the Big South with eight passes defended on the year... Recorded three or more tackles in five games, including a career-high six tackles in the win over Jacksonville... Had four tackles, one interception and one pass breakup in the victory over Charleston Southern... Recorded five tackles each at Gardner-Webb and against Savannah State... : Played in nine games, starting in five of them... Got his first collegiate start against Newberry, recording five solo tackles and intercepting a pass... Recorded tackles in all nine games and at least three in eight of them... A 2002 recruit...

High School: Lettered three years in football at Summerville, earning All-Region and Second Team All-Low Country honors his senior season... Was also selected to play in the North-South All-Star game after leading his team in interceptions for the second straight season and recording 102 tackles... Also lettered two years in baseball, garnering All-Region accolades in 2002... Also wrestled his freshman year...

Personal: Full name: Dewitt Matthew Myers... Born: 1-24-84... Son of Lucious and Merline Myers... Brother Derrick ran track and played football at Charleston Southern... Uncles Keith and Stanford Jennings both played collegiate football and in the National Football League... Majoring in business marketing.