Raekwon's Rolling

If you have not heard of linebacker Raekwon McMillan yet, you will. The sophomore in Hinesville, Ga. has picked up some big offers and you can get the latest here.

"Auburn offered me this week and Ohio State offered me when I visited them a couple of weeks ago," said Raekwon McMillan. "I also have offers from Georgia, Ole Miss, and South Carolina."

Five offers will turn into 10 very soon for the 6-foot-2, 230 pound linebacker out of Liberty County High School. He is arguably the top linebacker in the state of Georgia now with Reuben Foster moving on to Auburn High School in Alabama.

McMilan will take the offers as they come, but he is happy about the ones he has. He talks about the two that have come in recently.

"Auburn offered me on Tuesday. I talked to Coach Van Gorder on the phone and he talked about my ability, how they need linebackers like me, and things like that.

"I do not know a lot about Auburn yet, but I know Bo Jackson played there, I know about Cameron Newton, and I know they have a good program. I have not been there to visit yet.

"I went up to Ohio State a couple of weeks ago and it was great. I spent time with Coach Withers, Coach Meyer, and some other coaches, and they were great.

"Coach Meyer gave me the tour, he spent a lot of time with me, and he is a cool coach. He made me feel like part of the family there and it was great up there."

The Buckeyes are one of McMillan's top two schools at this time with the Tigers coming in third.

"Ohio State and Georgia would be my top two," said McMillan, "with Auburn right behind those two."

The hard-hitting sophomore thinks Auburn's biggest rival may be next to offer him.

"I have heard Alabama may be close to offering me now. I think they have heard about the Auburn offer, so they may want to offer. If I had to say who could offer me next, I would say Alabama or LSU."

McMillan had 97 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, and five forced fumbles as a sophomore.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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