Two Official Visits Set for Milhouse

Two Official Visits Set for Milhouse

Garner is a 14-0 this season and Greg Milhouse has been a big part of the Trojans' success. The defensive tackle has flown under-the-radar, but has seen his recruiting pick up.

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"I got UCLA on December 10 and Western Michigan on December 17," said Gregory Milhouse (6'2/270). "I will also probably take an official to Wake Forest; they are one of my dream schools."

The defensive tackle also starts on the offensive line for Garner. He currently has five scholarship offers.

"I recently picked up and offer from Towson, but I also have offers from Richmond, Elon, Western Carolina, and Gardner Webb," he said. "Right now I would say Towson and Richmond are on top."

Despite the offers from division 1AA schools, Milhouse wants to play at a bigger school.

"If either UCLA or Wake Forest offers me, they would jump to the top of my list," said Milhouse. "I am about 95 percent sure UCLA is going to offer me. They just want to make sure that I am 6'2" when I visit."

Milhouse already knows what he is looking for in a school.

"First of all, Education," he said. "I also like a good game day atmosphere, because at Garner we have almost a college-like atmosphere. Third I want to go to a school that has a family feel to it. I think that it is a big reason for our success at Garner."

The Trojans' star is beginning to get an idea of when he will commit to a school.

"If UCLA or any other Division 1 school offers me, I will probably make a decision during the last week of December," Milhouse said. "If not, I will probably make my decision the second week in January. I will probably still take all five official visits."

Milhouse is being recruited to play solely defensive line in college. He is also hearing from North Carolina State, South Carolina, and Florida Atlantic. The Trojans' captain plays very smart and is extremely athletic. The senior lineman plays with good pad level and possesses great strength. He is tenacious on both sides of the ball and never takes a play off. Although he is a little undersized, Milhouse is a good looking prospect. His work ethic, desire, and high football IQ will help him be very successful at the collegiate level. This season he has 50 tackles, seven sacks, 12 tackles for loss, and four forced fumbles. He also has 45 pancake blocks from his offensive tackle spot.

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