“For the time being, I’m trying to work with Floyd. He’s wrestling at Brewton-Parker, and you know, it’s a great experience because his coach knows a lot of moves,” Milner said. “So, it teaches me to be more technical when I’m on the mat.”
After a successful season in which the former Brave qualified for the Georgia High School Association State Wrestling Championships, Milner now is excited to pursue his childhood dream of competing against the best wrestlers in the country at N.C. State next year.
“As a child, I always wanted to go to the top school of Division I,” he said. “I just wanted to go up against the top schools like Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and all of that. I just want to go against the top wrestlers to see where I stand.”