Offers flow in for RB Myles Autry 

September, 10, 2012
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NORCROSS, Ga. -- While the ball was in the air, one of the officials working the chains on the sideline said to his partner, “Looks like they kicked it right to him.” The “him” in this case was Norcross running back Myles Autry.

The official’s surprise at the visiting Parkview Panthers' decision was well founded. Autry had been gashing Parkview all night, and punting to him seemed a bad idea. It was. Autry returned the punt 72 yards for a touchdown to ice the game.

Autry’s heroics came on a night when teammate and ESPN 150 star running back Alvin Kamara had to leave the game with an ankle injury. The Norcross coaches turned to Autry.
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