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When he's not lining up at safety for Heritage, Myles Crosby models for Calvin Klein.

It's not uncommon for professional football players to grace the covers of fashion magazines (see Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow in GQ), but a high school football player modeling for Calvin Klein?

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Myles Crosby, Heritage

That's the unlikely storyline emerging from Heritage (Colleyville, Texas), where senior safety Myles Crosby doubles as a model for one of the world's most famous fashion brands.

"It's exciting and I'm blessed," Myles told KENS5 San Antonio. "There's a lot of attention that comes with it. I'm not really much of an attention person, so I have to get used to that. I have to juggle a lot of things around, but football is priority — then modeling. And after college, if modeling is what I'm meant to do, then that's what I'll do."

For all of his modeling success, Crosby is certainly no slouch on the football field.

The 6-foot-4 safety has been responsible for 28 tackles and six pass deflections thus far this season, helping to lead Heritage to a 3-0 start.