For the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, Myles Gaskin is a running back who plays American football. He is 88 kilograms and 1.78 meters tall. He joined the Boys & Girls Club in Alderwood. He went to Seattle, Washington’s O’Dea High School. He ran for 2,182 yards and 35 touchdowns as a junior, and 1,567 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior.
He made a commitment to play college football at the University of Washington. He participated in football for the Washington Huskies at Washington. His true freshman year of 2015 saw him earn the starting running back position at Washington. He finished with 1,302 yards on 227 carries, becoming him the first true freshman in school history to carry for more over 1,000 yards.
With 62 touchdowns and 5,323 running yards, Gaskin set a school record during his time at Washington. In addition, he set school records for games with 100 rushing yards, 945 rushes, 102.4 rushing yards per game, 57 rushing touchdowns, and 5,878 total all-purpose yards. In the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Miami Dolphins.
In Miami’s 2021 season, he started the majority of the games, but only carried the ball five times or less in six of them. With a damaged MCL, he was placed on injured reserve in November 2020. He becomes operational on December 5, 2020. On December 12, 2020, the team put him on the reserve/COVID-19 list, then on December 23, he was activated.
Myles Gaskin Parents: Meet Scott Gaskin and Robbie Gaskin
Myles Gaskin was born to parents, Scott Gaskin and Robbie Gaskin. Although they maintain a low profile, they are known to be very proud of their son and they are his number one fan.