Myles Crosby is a male model. If you haven’t seen him yet, the odds were that you would very soon. The 18-year-old has modeled for Calvin Klein and is allegedly “ranked” as the 11th best male model in the world.
Yet now you almost certainly won’t see Crosby on any billboards or magazine ads, at least for the next four years. There’s a good reason for that: Crosby is turning down modeling fame and likely fortune to chase his dream to be a Division I college football player.
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That’s what June Jones and the SMU staff will expect of Crosby when he suits up for the Mustangs, too, even if playing that way could lead to unintended negative consequences for any potential modeling future after his college career comes to a close. He spent the previous weekend on SMU's campus, and came away with nothing to deter him from his decision.
“The stereotypical model is a lot softer than I am,” Crosby told the Morning News.