Redshirted during 2003-04 while rehabilitating from a late-season knee injury his junior year.
Suffered a ruptured patellar tendon in his right knee against Marquette (2-27-03), a season-ending injury.
Has 22 career double-digit rebounding efforts.
A solid rebounder and interior defender, starting the Cardinals' first 24 games.
Scored 13 points against then No. 19 Indiana, hitting a career-best 9-of-11 free throws.
Grabbed 11 or more rebounds on seven occasions and was seventh in Conference USA with a 7.9 rebounding average.
Grabbed 14 rebounds and sank a pair of free throws with 29 seconds remaining as U of L beat No. 11 Marquette.
His 16 rebounds against Air Force in U of L's opener was his third highest career rebounding total.
Produced a stellar game in the Cards' victory over then No. 14 Kentucky with 11 points, 14 rebounds and five assists.
Handed out three or more assists in nine games.
Led the Cards and ranked third in Conference USA in rebounding (9.3). He ranked 33rd nationally in NCAA statistics.
Double-figure scorer in 11 games as a sophomore.
Earned his fifth double-double of the year with a career-high 18 points and 12 rebounds vs. Cincinnati.
Honored as the C-USA Player of the Week in the final week of the regular season after averaging 17 points, 10 rebounds and shooting 78.6 percent from the field in victories over No. 4 Cincinnati and Charlotte.
Produced one of his better games at Memphis with 15 points, 15 rebounds and a career-high four blocked shots while playing against a much taller Memphis front line.
Shot 50 percent or above in 22 of 32 games. He was the only Cardinal to shoot above .500 from the field (.519, 14th in Conference USA).
Had 13 double-digit rebounding efforts as a sophomore. His last double-digit effort was 12 rebounds against Cincinnati in Freedom Hall.
A perfect example of how Pitino's workout regime can benefit a player, Myles lowered his body fat from 18 percent down to nine while losing 30 pounds between the spring and the start of practice in 2001.
Grabbed 39 percent of his rebounds at the offensive end (117 of 298).
Led U of L with 34 blocked shots (14th in C-USA), 20 more than he had as a freshman. He had a career-high four blocks at Memphis.
Scored 17 points vs. Ohio State, adding nine rebounds and hitting 5-of-6 field goals.
His 23 rebounds vs. Tennessee State matched a then-Conference USA record also accomplished by Cincinnati's Kenyon Martin vs. DePaul on Feb. 21, 1998. It was the fifth-best single-game performance in the NCAA in 2001-02.
Earned C-USA Co-Player of the Week honors for the period ending Dec. 2.
Starting forward in 18 games who was the Cards' second-leading rebounder (5.5), adding 6.1 points and 1.8 assists a game (third on the team).
Grabbed seven or more rebounds in 12 games.
Third on the team with 24 steals.
Scored a career-high 15 points vs. Charlotte (2-11-01), hitting 6-of-7 shots from the field and adding four rebounds.
Had 11 points and six rebounds at Marquette (2-24-01).
Produced the first double-digit rebounding effort for the Cardinals with 10 vs. UNLV (11-21-00), adding eight points and a season-best two blocked shots.
Joins fellow sophomore Luke Whitehead as just the 13th and 14th freshman to start an opening game in the last 30 years when he opened at forward in U of L's Nov. 17 opener at Hawai'i.
Had a season-best five steals vs. Connecticut (11-22-00), adding nine points, four rebounds and four assists.
Scored 11 points against Maryland (11-20-00).
Grabbed 11 rebounds against Georgetown (12-5-00), adding seven points, three assists and three steals.
Averaged 24 points, 14.2 rebounds and three blocked shots as a senior as Centennial posted a 27-6 record, advancing to the semifinals of the California Division III state championship.
Honored as a first-team all-state and All-California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section selection.
Posted high games of 34 points and 22 rebounds as a senior.
Received notable acclaim from national recruiting services, rated 37th by The Recruiting Beat, 45th by Full Court Magazine, 65th by Basketball Phenoms and 29th in the west by FastBreak Recruiting.
As a junior, Myles averaged 16.2 points, 10.1 rebounds and three blocked shots for Compton High School, where he played three seasons. Compton posted a 24-7 record his junior year.
Four of his teammates as a junior at Compton signed with Division I schools, including Jeff Trepagnier (Southern California), Tito Mattox (Fresno State), David Hamilton (Auburn) and Deandre Moore (Vanderbilt).
Totalled eight points, 14 rebounds, four assists and two blocked shots in helping the Purple squad to a 148-144 victory in the Nike Derby Festival Classic all-star game in Freedom Hall (4-30-00).
Chose Louisville over Connecticut, Iowa State, Southern California, Alabama and Memphis.
Born Dec. 22, 1981 ... Son of Pamela Ash ... Second of seven children in his family ... Major is sociology.
Enjoys watching movies and sleeping in his spare time.
Best basketball advice given to him was don't give up.
What impresses him the most about Coach Pitino: his dedication to the game and his ability to motivate.
His mother and older sister Ellisa have had the greatest influence on his athletic career.
When playing basketball as a kid, he pretended he was Magic Johnson.