Milton Injury UCF Video – UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton is moving to another school, the headliner declared in a video delivered Thursday.
Milton, senior studying sports and exercise science, gotten back to rehearse in August with freedom from his PCPs, almost two years after he has hauled away the field with a serious right knee injury during a game against South Florida. Milton’s physical issue caused nerve harm and required a reconstructive knee medical procedure. He hasn’t played in a game since.
“I will enter the exchange entrance and playing my last year of school football somewhere else,” Milton said in an Instagram post. “I might be getting ready in various tones, however, I’ll generally drain Black and Gold.”
It’s not known where Milton will play straightaway.
In the video, Milton said leaving UCF is “one the hardest things for me to do.”
“I’m attempting to consider it more intelligently than inwardly,” he said.
“I have a single shot to pursue a fantasy, a long-lasting dream to go play in the NFL,” said Milton, adding that he and UCF lead trainer Josh Heupel was exceptionally passionate while talking about the exchange.
Milton expressed gratitude toward UCF Nation in his goodbye video.
“Much thanks to you for your help – in the fun time and the awful occasions,” Milton said to the fans. “Much thanks to you for your supplications.”
Milton said his old buddy, current UCF QB Dillon Gabriel, has the right to be the starter for the Knights.
“It’s his group now,” Milton said. “He’s acquired that option to be (Ucf’s) QB.”
Milton said “UCF has done much more for me as well as my family than I might at any point accomplish for them,” and expressed gratitude toward the group specialists and clinical staff for aiding him through his extreme leg injury.
“They saved my leg, as well,” he said. “I wouldn’t have the option to play football again if not intended for UCF.”
Heupel said Milton will be remembered fondly from various perspectives.
“He’ll go down as probably the best player throughout the entire existence of this program,” Heupel said. “He’s the most powerful player that is at any point gotten through this program.”
Milton said he gave UCF all that he had and wouldn’t modify anything about his time at the school.