McMillan enjoyed the excitement inside the Sanford Stadium, but he was not just a fan in the stands on Saturday.
"I was concentrating on the coaches and how they coached, how they reacted to their players, and things like that most of the time. I also watched the attitude of the defense, how the linebackers played, and just how it would be if I was out there part of the team. I really liked what I saw."
The 6-foot-2, 230 pound junior linebacker out of Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty County also liked how he felt.
"I just feel at home when I am at Georgia," he said. "When I am in Athens, it is not like when I am somewhere out of state because I know people, I feel comfortable, and it just feels good to be there.
"I talked with a lot of the coaches, but mainly Coach [Mark] Richt and Coach [Kirk] Olivadotti. Both of those guys are great and we are building a very strong relationship. Those guys were not recruiting me, they were just getting to know me, and I like that. They care about me and my family."
And it appears McMillan cares about the Dawgs.
This soon-to-be highly rated 2014 linebacker on Fox Sports Next has a lot of interest in the instate program.
"Georgia is still up there for me and I think they always will be. It is them and Ohio State at the top of my list. Georgia is a great school and I really like the people there."
He plans to see the Dawgs again next week, but this time he will be in Columbia visiting South Carolina.