Myers joins Bulldog football as WR Coach

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*Story by Steve Diffey.

Charleston native Kameron “Kam” Myers has joined the Holmes Community College Bulldogs coaching staff as wide receiver coach.

Myers comes to Holmes from Charleston High School, where he served as offensive coordinator. He was an assistant for the Tigers for six years, and the Tigers are coming off the MHSAA 2A State Championship. Charleston won the 2A North titles in 2022 and 2023. He was named the 2023 YBC Offensive Coordinator of the Year.

The Charleston High School graduate played football, basketball and ran track for the Tigers. In football, he was First Team All-State in 2012 and the 3A Offensive Player of the Year leading the Tigers to the 3A State Championship. He was named a Mississippi/Alabama All-Star. He was All-District in basketball in 2012 and 2013 and won the 100 and 200 meter dashes in track in 2013.

After high school, he played two seasons at East Mississippi Community College and helped lead the Lions to MACJC and NJCAA championships in 2013 and 2014. He was named First Team All-State at East Mississippi. He then transferred to Georgia State University for one season and Delta State University for one season.

He holds an associate of arts degree from East Mississippi and a bachelor of science degree from Delta State University.

Myers is the son of Aretha Frazier and has one sister, ShaVeata Frazier and one brother, Jordan Myers. He has a daughter, Kamyrie Myers, and his fiancé is Mandy Moore.

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