“I need to thank mentor [Jim] Harbaugh for allowing me that chance to come play for a program with heaps of convention,” he composed. “I have bonds with my siblings that will keep going forever. I have chosen to enter the exchange entry as a graduate exchange with three years of qualification.
Milton entered last season as the beginning quarterback of the Wolverines. He tossed for 1,077 yards, four scores, thrown four block attempts, scrambled for 109 yards and scored once on the ground in six games. He was supplanted by then-sophomore Cade McNamara in the Week 5 matchup versus Rutgers, and went 1-of-3 for 21 yards during the last round of the period versus Penn State multi week later.
The Orlando, Florida-local was a four-star prospect emerging from Olympia High School. He was the ninth positioned supportive of style quarterback in the Class of 2019, and was the fifth-positioned major part in Michigan’s selecting class during that cycle.