Noel, 29, is behind bars at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution in Freehold after he was indicted in February 2018 for first-degree murder and weapons offenses. He is in protective custody for 23 hours a day and faces a sentence of 30 years to life in prison. He was able to watch his younger brother’s games when they aired on major networks like CBS, Fox and ESPN. Noel followed Myles as his younger brother led Seton Hall to a share of the Big East regular-season championship and won numerous postseason awards, including Big East Player of the Year and the Jerry West Award as the nation’s top shooting guard while also being named to the Associated Press All-America first team. “I feel like I owe it all to him,” Myles said. “I dedicate my college career to him. And God has a greater plan for us.” Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter And Like ZAGS on Facebook
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