According to Lamar Milstead, Washington (D.C.) Ballou's claiming of the D.C. Interscholastic Athletic Association championship was a culmination of the Knights fully uniting as one team.
November 29, 2006
Days after North Carolina announced that John Bunting would not return next season as head coach, a disappointed Lamar Milstead was unsure of the future of his pledge to the Tar Heels. However, this past weekend's unofficial visit to Chapel Hill has apparently eased his concerns.
November 13, 2006
After allowing two days to digest the news, the surprise has worn off and Lamar Milstead is now left with his true feelings toward North Carolina's decision to relieve John Bunting of his head coaching duties.
October 24, 2006
After a few weekends of official and unofficial visits to other schools, Lamar Milstead is now firm in his verbal pledge to North Carolina.
October 3, 2006
Ballou (D.C.) High School football coach Moe Ware has a message for the masses of college coaches who've flocked to his Southeast Washington school for a glimpse at the No. 1-rated senior in the nation.
September 28, 2006
Despite transferring across town to Washington (D.C.) Ballou High School, North Carolina commit Lamar Milstead is expected to pick up where he left off at Washington (D.C.) Coolidge – especially since most of his coaching staff made the move with him.
August 28, 2006
For Lamar Milstead, the decision to verbally commit to North Carolina was inevitable. The Scout.com three-star offensive lineman just needed to show the program to his parents before he could give head coach John Bunting his pledge.