Fellowship’s Josh Milhollin has been playing excellent football his senior year with 18 catches, 393 all-purpose yards, and 4 touchdowns. The nice start to the season for the Army commit highlights an excellent career where Milhollin has been among the best playmakers in the lower classifications since his sophomore year.
Last week against Rabun County, Milhollin took a short hitch route to the house. The senior made a dazzling spin move where he split two defenders and then sprinted the final third of the field for a score. The play earned Milhollin into our top 10 plays of the week and was eventually voted the #1 play.
“My senior has been smooth so far, really just trying to stay focused on keeping my grades up and staying calm on the field,” Milhollin said about the start of his senior year.
Fellowship Christian has been among the most competitive teams in the lower classifications for several years now and finds themselves once again in 2A’s top 10 at #9.
“My goals for this season are to stay healthy and help lead my team to a championship,” Milhollin said about the 2nd half of the season.
The senior talked about where he has improved the most over the last year.
“I’ve improved my physicality the most; getting off presses and using my body to create space in routes.”
The speedy wide receiver has always found a way to create big plays throughout his career. Whether it is reacting to a fortuitous bounce, making a great catch, or just flat-out breaking down the defense for an explosive touchdown, Milhollin has an impact.
You can see why D1 programs took an interest in his services at the next level, but ultimately, Army walked away with his commitment.
“When I visited Army, the facilities they have there are some of the best in the country, and a degree from West Point will set me up for the rest of my life,” Milhollin said.
The senior is locked into his commitment for sure, and will have the next few months of his senior year to enjoy as the Paladins of Fellowship Christian are sure to be a big player in the state playoffs. Milhollin is an X-factor of sorts, capable of making a touchdown at any moment like last week against Rabun County.
It will be an interesting final stretch to follow, so be sure to follow @RecruitGeorgia on Twitter to hear more about Milhollin and athletes all across the Peach State.