Myles Gaskin is an American football running back for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Washington.
It was the fourth game of the season, which was played against Colorado, and he carried for 202 yards. This was the only game in his career in which he rushed for more than 200 yards.
Even though he had a little less productive senior season, he still became the first player in Pac-12 history to have four seasons with 1,000 or more rushing yards, and he led the 2018 Washington Huskies to both the conference championship and the Rose Bowl.
Gaskin completed his collegiate career by playing in his final game when he carried for two touchdowns and passed for a third touchdown in his only career pass attempt. All three touchdowns occurred in the fourth quarter.
Gaskin concluded his career at Washington with a school record 62 touchdowns, which is second only to Royce Freeman in the annals of Pac-12 history. He also finished with 5,323 yards rushing (3rd to Freeman and Charles White).
In addition, he is the holder of the school records for games with a rushing total of at least 100 yards (26), rush attempts (945), rushing yards per game (102.4), rushing touchdowns (57), and rushes of at least 50 yards (10). He also holds the record for all-purpose yards (1,490). (5,878).
Where did Myles Gaskin go to high school?
American football running back Myles Gaskin attended O’Dea High School. Edward John O’Dea, who was serving as the bishop of Seattle at the time that the school was established, is honored with the naming of the institution. The Archdiocese of Seattle includes O’Dea as one of its parishes.
60 percent of the school’s 507 pupils enrolled in its four grades in the year 2020 were members of the Catholic faith, 58 percent were white, 13 percent were African American, and 19 percent were a mixture of races.
The ratio of students to teachers is 14 to 1, and there are 36 teaching staff members. The tuition at O’Dea High Academic was $16,576 for the 2019-2020 school year; however, the school does offer more than $1 million annually in scholarships and other forms of financial aid.