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McKenzie Milton takes snaps with UCF scout team, according to report

Milton was injured in a game in 2018 against South Florida

UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton hits milestone in rehab
UCF quarterback McKenzie Milton hits milestone in rehab

ORLANDO, Fla. – University of Central Florida quarterback McKenzie Milton is playing with the scout team, according to a report from ESPN.

This is a big step for Milton as he continues to recover from the leg injury he sustained in 2018.

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Milton told ESPN he has experienced no problems since his last surgery.

The UCF quarterback also told ESPN he can make throws on the move.

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Back in August, Milton told ESPN his surgeon in Minneapolis said he would be able to play football again.

He will have one more year of eligibility after this season, according to the ESPN report.

Milton last played in 2018, in a game against South Florida, he was carted off the field with a dislocated right knee.

He went from almost losing his right leg to hitting the leg press machine six weeks later.

The video of his workout on his Instagram page was viewed more than 126,000 times.


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