Former Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett knows where he wants to play in the NFL.
Widely considered to be the best player in this year’s NFL Draft, it’s most likely that Garrett ends up with the Cleveland Browns and not the hometown Dallas Cowboys, though. But as Garrett told Fox 26’s Mark Berman, that’s OK too.
“It doesn’t matter to me, I’ll play wherever they put me,” Garrett told Berman. “It’s about your mindset. If you go in there with a mindset that you’re going to turn things around and you can make that contagious and people start to believe in it, you can turn into a winning program wherever you go.”
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— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) February 10, 2017
Although he dealt with injuries for much of his senior season, Garrett still averaged more than 10 sacks per season in his three years with the Aggies. He finished his career with 141 tackles, 31 sacks and 47 tackles for loss.