In mid-April, Michigan cornerback Myles Sims entered the transfer portal. And now a month later, Sims has found a new program, and one that is close to home.
Sims will be transferring to Georgia Tech.
#TogetherWeSwarm pic.twitter.com/5SrQNLgnsR— SPIDER (@simsmyles) May 14, 2019
Sims played high school ball for Westlake in Atlanta, which is right down the road from Georgia Tech.
The 6-3, 183-pound former 2018 4-star recruit didn’t see the field for the Wolverines, and during spring practice media availability, defensive backs coach Mike Zordich said that “Myles has just got to be more consistent. He put together a couple nice practices, but he’s got to stay and get better every day. He has the skill set. He’s just got to get more consistent.”
Sims has the measurables, and it sounds like Zordich saw value in Sims skill set but felt he had a lot of room for improvement. It’ll be interesting to see if Sims ends up seeing the field for Georgia Tech.