Former Texas A&M star Myles Garrett makes plea to Dallas Cowboys to trade up for him
Myles Garrett apparently wants to stay home.
And not just to watch the draft.
Garrett, a former Texas A&M star, made a plea on ESPN.com to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to make a deal with the Cleveland Browns to keep him in Texas.
“I’m speaking to you, Jerry,” Garrett says on the video. “Mr. (Jason) Garrett, make it happen. Dak Prescott is leading our team right now. I need you to take Tony Romo, take a couple picks, and give them to Cleveland so you can pick me up, please.
“I’d love to play in Dallas, let’s make it happen.”
Projected No. 1 pick Myles Garrett makes a plea to the Dallas Cowboys to trade up and select him.
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) February 10, 2017
Myles Garrett, a defensive end, is the leading candidate to be the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, a selection owned by the Cleveland Browns.
He played for Texas A&M from 2014-16, during which time he had 141 tackles, 47 tackles for loss and 31 sacks.
Garrett attended Arlington Martin High School. He said he’ll be staying home to watch the draft and won’t be going to the festivities in Philadelphia on April 27.