That first-game touchdown catch seemed like a distant memory by season's end because, well, it was.
"Sure, that was a great feeling. Scoring your first touchdown on your first reception? How much better can it get than that,'' Myers said. "But that was the first game of the season and I didn't get any more after that. It just showed me that I had to work even harder during the offseason to be able to do great things during the season.''
Before Myers begins thinking too hard about the records he's going to break, though, he first has to just break into the lineup. With nearly a dozen receivers fighting for spots in the rotation this spring, nothing is a given.
Of course, the change to a new wide receivers coach hasn't been much of an adjustment for Myers. In a wide receivers group populated primarily by first- and second-year players, Myers is a third-year sophomore who has been around so long that new receivers coach Lonnie Galloway recruited him to WVU before leaving to spend two years at Wake Forest.
But even familiarity with his new coach isn't a guarantee Myers will get his chance to play, much less break records. But for now, that's not his concern.
"I'm very driven right now,'' Myers said. "My mindset is to be great.
"I have an edge. I have a chip on my shoulder. I feel like I've been here a couple of years now and it's my time.''
BRIEFLY: Vernon Davis, the transfer cornerback from Miami, spent at least part of Tuesday's practice working with the wide receivers. Whether that's a position change or just an experiment isn't quite clear.
Reach Dave Hickman at 304-348-1734 or dphickm...@aol.com or follow him at Twitter.com/dphickman1.