More Schools Interested in McMillian

Travon McMillian is one of the top 2014 quarterback prospects in the country. The Woodbridge (Va.) C.D. Hylton star is closing in on double-digit scholarship offers and several other schools are showing interest.

Travon McMillian is one of the most dynamic junior quarterbacks in the country. McMillian and his team have had a great season.

"Our season's been going really well -- we are 9-2 right now," said Travon McMillian.

"We lost early to Osbourn. We went into the game kind of cocky. As the season went on, we played as one unit and became humble and started working together as a team."

The 6-foot,195-pound McMillian feels good about the way he has played this year.

" I've been playing pretty good -- probably averaging 100 yards passing and 100 yards rushing a game," McMillian said.

The three-star signal-caller already has scholarship offers from Boston College, Illinois, Marshall, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia. He said Virginia is recruiting him the hardest.

However, several other schools that have not offered are also interested in McMillian.

"Georgia Tech is really interested," he said. "They are showing me a lot of interest. Rutgers, Cincinnati, LSU, and Ole Miss are also showing a lot of interest. No schools are standing out, though."

Which school could be next to offer the quarterback?

"Of those schools, I think Georgia Tech is the closest to offering," McMillian said. "I think they are waiting to see my highlight tape from this season."

The No. 11 quarterback in the 2014 class has not taken any visits this fall, but plans to do so in the near future.

"I definitely want to go visit Georgia Tech, Stanford, Virginia Tech, Maryland, and UVA," he said.

McMillian has a tentative timeframe for a possible decision.

"I think I might narrow my list down at the end of the summer," McMillian said. "I would like to make my decision before my senior season starts."

For now, McMillian is focused on finishing his season strong.

"We just have to stay humble and keep working hard in practice every day," he said. "We've put an emphasis on getting better every day and we just have to execute on offense and defense. We have to play as one unit -- one family."

C.D. Hylton plays Colonial Forge in the third round of the state playoffs on Friday.

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