January 6, 2012

Milhouse waits on dream school

Garner's (NC) Greg Millhouse has scholarship offers from Navy and Air Force, is optimistic UCLA will be his third and is hoping his dream school Wake Forest will give him the opportunity to become a Demon Deacon.

He last spoke with Steve Russ when the Deacs were preparing for the Music City Bowl.

"We were just talking about [Wake's] practices and just keeping in pace with stuff like that," Millhouse said. "Wake Forest has always been my dream school, but it's just been going kind of slow. I plan on waiting on them."

The 6-foot-3 and 265-pound prospect has not been invited for an official visit to Wake, but will journey to Westwood (Calif.) Friday, Jan. 20. Millhouse said he may travel to Annapolis at the end of the month, but a trip to Colorado Springs is unlikely.

UCLA's new coaching staff wants to see Millhouse in person before they decide to offer him a scholarship or not.

"Hopefully they'll [Bruins and Deacs] both offer me, and then I'll go to my dream school, [but] if Wake Forest is talking about a grey shirt then probably not," Millhouse said.

Most of Millhouse's suitors are FCS programs, like Appalachian State, Elon, Richmond, William & Mary and others.

Maryland appeared interested in the North Carolina product in the beginning of his recruitment, but contact between Millhouse and the Terrapins lessened as the season went on.

In a recent phone conversation with a Connecticut coach Millhouse was told the Huskies are evaluating his film.

This season he started at offensive guard, but also received playing time at nose guard. Most schools are recruiting him as an offensive guard, but Wake Forest would likely use him as a nose guard.

Garner lost to Greensboro Page 35-21 in the NC 4-AA State Championship to finish 15-1.


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