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West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade offensive tackle Bar Milo is already earning attention from much of the Pac-12, but he's interested in staying local...

Bar Milo is one of the top offensive linemen out West and is currently rated the No. 125 in the 2015 Scout 300. He's a massive tackle prospect who's very physical and plays with an edge. He has improved his athleticism and as he continues to get quicker and better laterally, his game will really take off.

"This win feels amazing," Milo said following the game Friday night. This means everything to us. We marked this on our calendar all year since losing to them December 6 of last year. That left a bitter taste in our mouths and to come here and win on their field and send the seniors out with a ring is incredible.

"We lost to them earlier in the year but this was the game we had waiting for. Coach Croson is a genius and we had a ton of plays in our playbook that we didn't use all year. We saved them all for this game and everything was clicking for us. He's an incredible coach and sets up for victory."

On the recruiting front, Milo has scholarship offers from California, Miami, Nebraska, San Diego State, Washington and Washington State.

"Cal was my first offer, they offered after my sophomore season," Milo said. "Right now, I'm focusing on finishing the season up and then work on my junior tape and get that out. I've already been putting some of my plays on hudl after every game but I'm in no rush, I'm content with where things are at recruiting wise right now.

"As for favorites, I kind of want to stay local for my parents. I'm open to everyone but Cal, USC and UCLA are all really good schools. I grew up a UCLA fan but that won't factor in to my decision. I'm taking a business approach to the process and just want to pick out the best school for me and wherever I fit in the best."

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