August 31, 2007

Minnesota continues to impress Milo

Most recruits gain respect from college coaches by having a solid junior season on the gridiron. That was not the case for Olathe (Kan.) Northwest safety Jarard Milo, who had to sit out his junior season due to state transfer rules. Despite sitting out last year, the Minnesota staff was confident enough in Milo to submit an offer while other programs are taking a wait and see approach.

Milo is hoping to impress college scouts early on this year. Milo is planning on waiting a little while before he commits.

Two schools will challenge Minnesota for Milo's signature: Kansas State and Wisconsin.

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