Myles Mason Profile
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-star recruit by ESPN … Top-15 prospect in Alabama by ESPN (No. 10), 247Sports (No. 13) and Rivals (No. 16) … No. 21 ranked safety in the class by ESPN and No. 29 by 247Sports … No. 431 ranked player in the nation by 247Sports Composite … Helped Hewitt-Trussville to an 11-0 overall record and 7-0 mark in region play as a senior in 2017 … Tallied 41 tackles, two pass breakups on defense and five touchdowns on offense, while missing four games due to injury … Rushed 30 times for 277 yards and five touchdowns … Had a rushing TD in four games, including a two-score effort in a 49-7 season-opening win against Grissom … Turned in five stops, including 2.0 for loss, in a 45-13 win against James Clemens … Logged a season-high 13 solo tackles in a 45-35 win against Florence … Coached by Josh Floyd … Played his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons at Pleasant Grove before transferring to Hewitt-Trussville … Played running back, receiver and defensive back for the majority of his career at Pleasant Grove … Had 84 tackles on defense as a junior … Helped lead the Spartans to a state championship runnerup spot en route to second-team all-state honors as a freshman in 2014 … Chose Arkansas over Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Florida State and others … His father, Larry, played at Southern Miss and Troy, and professionally in USFL (Jacksonville Bulls), Canadian Football League (Calgary Stampeders) and NFL (Cleveland Browns and Green Bay Packers) in the 1980s and early 1990s.