With soccer known as the gentleman’s game, the value of a quality physical player can never be overlooked. For three years, that physical player for the Clinton Arrow Soccer team has been Miles Sims.
Now that his high school career has come to a close, Sims has found a place to take his talents and further his education.
Midfielder Miles Sims signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Howard University in Washington D.C.
The three-year starter provided the Arrows with energy and physicality in the middle third of the field.
Sims participated in the 2020 Mississippi North/South All-Star game at the end of his senior season as well as the East/West All-Star game during his junior season in 2019.
He was named Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Offensive Player his junior year as well as earning Rookie of the Year honors during his sophomore season.
Sims serves has President of Clinton’s National Honor Society and is a member of the CHS Student Council and 30 Plus Club.
Miles Sims is the son of Dr. Mario and Dr. Tammy Sims.