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The Path to Norman
Myles Tease played for Booker T. Washington High School in Tulsa. He started his college career at UCO (University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK) in 2014. Tease stayed there for the 2014 and 2015 seasons, becoming a consistent contributor during his time. He decided it was time for a change and knew former Sooners Steven Parker and Dominique Alexander from childhood. The three of them discussed a transition for Tease to Norman and he made the jump. For more on his journey, check out this article: NewsOK: WR Myles Tease
Career So Far
2016 was a practice, but no play, year for the receiver per NCAA transfer rules. In 2017, he was eligible to see the field; he did so frequently. Tease saw action in 13 of the Sooners’ 14 games. Coach Cale Gundy talked before the 2017 season about Myles performing well, and that performance obviously earned him some trust. One of his biggest plays, a 46-yard touchdown catch in which he showcased both speed and moves, was very impressive.
Position: Wide Receiver
Year: Redshirt Senior
2018 will see Tease continuing to be a consistent contributor as a slot receiver. While it will be tough to break into the starter spot with guys like Mykel Jones in play, it’s certainly not out of the question; Tease has shown determination in his path to playing receiver at OU and definitely has a lot of talent. Regardless of whether he starts or not, look for Myles Tease to be a frequent target this fall.