As a running back for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, Myles Gaskin participates in American football. The man is 88 kg and 1.78 m tall. The Boys and Girls Club of Alderwood was where he frequented. Located in Seattle, Washington, he went to O’Dea High School. He recorded 1,567 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior, compared to 2,182 yards and 35 in his junior year.
For college football, he pledged to play for the University of Washington. He participated in football competitions for the Washington Huskies while attending Washington. As a true freshman in 2015, he was named Washington’s starting running back. With 1,302 yards on 227 carries, he set a new record for the most rushing yards by a true freshman in school history.
With a school-record 62 touchdowns and 5,323 running yards, Gaskin concluded his time at Washington. He also holds the school marks for 100-yard rushing games, 945 rushes, 102.4 yards per game, 57 rushing touchdowns, and 5,878 all-purpose yards. During the 2019 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins selected him in the seventh round.
Miami’s 2021 season saw him start the majority of games, but only carried the ball five times or less in six of those contests. In November 2020, due to a damaged MCL, he was put on injured reserve. On December 5, 2020, he was turned on. On December 12, 2020, the group put him on the reserve/COVID-19 list before activating him on December 23.
Who Is Myles Gaskin Brother, Ivan Gaskin?
Ivan Gaskin is the big brother of Dolphins football player, Myles Gaskin. Ivan is an entertainer and a motivational speaker.