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Myles Dorn News & Bio


Name:Myles Dorn
Hometown:Charlotte, NC
High School:Vance
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Born:June 25, 1998 (21)
Height/Weight:6-2, 205
Position:Defensive Back
Notes:Football
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Myles Dorn To Play In East-West Shrine Bowl
A three-year starter at free safety and four-year Tar Heel Football veteran, Myles Dorn will participate in the East-West Shrine Bowl game in St. Petersburg,...

UNC's Military Bowl Victory a Celebration of the Past, Preview of the Future
North Carolina’s third straight victory arrived like others, with a nod to the veterans who stuck with the program through tough times — big defensive...

Video: Mack Brown, Sam Howell, Myles Dorn Post-Military Bowl Press Conference
North Carolina football coach Mack Brown, quarterback Sam Howell, and safety Myles Dorn speak with the media following the Tar Heels' dominant 55-13 win over...

North Carolina vs. Temple Postgame Notes
With it's 55-13 win over Temple in the Military Bowl on Friday, UNC improves to 7-6 on the season with its third-straight victory to close...

Countdown to Kickoff: UNC vs. Temple
It’s been three years since UNC last played a football game in December. The Tar Heels will attempt to conclude Mack Brown’s first season back...

Video: UNC Football Players Discuss Bowl Preparations For Temple
Some of North Carolina’s football players were available for interviews following the Tar Heels’ practice on Monday morning at St. Stephens/St. Agnes School, as the...

UNC Football Players Discuss Bowling, Milestones, D.C., & Much More
On Monday, North Carolina Football players Myles Dorn, Sam Howell, Michael Carter, Aaron Crawford, Jeremiah Gemmel, and Dazz Newsome fielded questions from the media at...

Carolina Football Places 11 on All-ACC Teams
UNC Football placed 11 Tar Heels on All-ACC teams Tuesday. LB Chazz Surratt made first team. WR Dazz Newsome and OT Charlie Heck made second...

UNC's Third Quarter Eruption Fueled By Trio Of Turnovers
The Tar Heels’ three forced third-quarter turnovers led to 21 points in under a 10-minute stretch against NC State. For senior safety Myles Dorn, who...

Video: UNC Players Post-NC State Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina is bowl eligible after routing N.C. State, 41-10, on Saturday night at Carter-Finley Stadium. UNC improved to 6-6 overall and 4-4 in the...


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