It seemed like just another team meeting in the McCareins Room at the Yordon Center Saturday, August 16. Take a look at behind the scenes footage of the Huskies unveiling of their new uniforms on August 16, pranking the team before revealing them.
NIU rallied for a 30-27 victory over Iowa Saturday.
2015 • Started all 14 games at left tackle. • Second Team All-MAC honoree. • Only non-senior to start every game on the offensive line. • Blocked the blind side for quarterbacks Drew Hare and Ryan Graham. • Helped NIU rush for 300 yards or more in three games, including a season-high of 334 at Buffalo (11-11). • Named NIU Co-Offensive Player of the Week for the Buffalo game. • Blocked for an offensive line that didn’t allow any sacks in the games at Central Michigan (10-3) and vs. Western Michigan (11-18). • Opened holes for First Team All-MAC tailback Joel Bouagnon. • Helped NIU rushers combine for 2,661 yards and 31 touchdowns.
2014 • Appeared in all 14 games. • Served as the reserve left tackle and played on offense and special teams. • Blocked on an offensive line that conceded only 14 quarterback sacks on the year. • Played in the MAC Championship Game against Bowling Green (12-5) for the second consecutive year. • Helped the Huskies average 5.1 yards per carry while scoring 36 rushing touchdowns.
2013 • Saw action in six games as a reserve offensive tackle. • First career snaps came at Iowa (8-31) in the 2013 season opener. • Also played in the Husies' blowout victory at Purdue (9-28) and in back-to-back MAC games vs. Eastern Michigan (10-26) and UMass (11-2). • Got into the Western Michigan (11-26) contest and the MAC Championship game versus Bowling Green (12-6).
2012 • Redshirted. • Named the Offensive Scout Team Co-Player of the Week after the Iowa (9-1) game.
High School • First team all-state honoree by the WFCA and Associated Press following his senior year. • Named all-area and all-conference on offense and defense in 2011. • Finalist for the Joe Thomas Award, given annually to the top senior offensive lineman in the state of Wisconsin. • Also named the team's MVP following his senior season. • Earned first team all-Southeast Conference honors as a junior. • Ranked as the ninth-best recruit in Wisconsin by Rivals.com and the 10th-best in the state by ESPN. • Second-best offensive lineman in the state by Wisconsin Sports Network.
Personal • Born Feb. 4, 1994, in Milwaukee, Wis. • Son of Marion and Catherine Myers. • Marketing major.