1. Milo Simpson

    Milo Simpson

    Height: 6" 4' | Weight: 240lbs

    Class of 2024 | MI

    Long Snapper Rating:

      Offers: Albion College, Alma College

    Kohl's Comments

    Simpson has been working is tail off to refine his snapping motion and he is starting to see the fruits of his labor. During the charting portion of the Kohl’s National Scholarship Camp, he was able to score on 13 of his total long snaps and showed improved ball rotation. Simpson is a tall and long snapper who is starting to put it all together. He has the ability to be very good and I cant wait to see him reach that goal.

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    Athlete Bio

    Milo Simpson was born and raised in Ann Arbor, MI. He is a Class of 2024 player and has been playing tackle football since he was 8 years old. Milo is now headed into his senior year of high school and his third year as a starting varsity offensive lineman and long-snapper. Milo primarily served as the team's center and captain for the past two years but his passion and desire to play at the next level have focused almost exclusively on long-snapping. He is a smart and very coachable kid who prides himself on being a leader on the team and a mentor to younger players. As a snapper, his work with Kohl's continues to help him excel and he is proud of the results he has seen from his off-season work. Milo is coachable, driven, and excited about the summer camp season and the possibilities of playing college ball.

    Milo is academically a solid student though he struggled during his first year of high school through remote school and the pandemic. Since the return to in-person schooling Milo's grades have climbed to a sustained 3.8 or higher the past two years. Milo wants to study pre-med with his undergraduate studies and continue on to medical school to study orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. He continues to work diligently to rebound his grades from the slow start he had during remote covid instruction.

    Outside of football, Milo has been employed for the past two years working as a waiter and bar back for a local pub. He is a member of his school's Peer-to-Peer student-led mental health organization and is a peer mediator in Pioneer High School's peer conflict resolution program. After a two-year hiatus, he plans to return to playing lacrosse for his senior year and will also be on the track team again in 2024 as a thrower. He enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, and is an avid gamer.

    Academics

    • GPA: 3.4
    • SAT: 1280

    Ranking Camp Results

    JULY 22, 2023 NATIONAL INVITATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP CAMP

    MAY 14, 2023 MIDWEST SPRING SHOWCASE CAMP

    Charting data for Milo is unavailable at this time.

    Training Camp Results

    DateCamp
    07/13/2023Ann Arbor, MI - 1 Day Training Camp
    07/12/2023Indianapolis, IN - 1 Day Training Camp
    07/11/2023Dayton, OH - 1 Day Training Camp
    07/10/2023Cleveland, OH - 1 Day Training Camp
    07/08/2023Pittsburgh, PA - 2 Day Training Camp
    07/01/2023Chicago IL - 2 Day Training Camp
    06/03/2023Green Bay, WI - 2 Day Training Camp
    04/29/2023Milwaukee, WI - 1 Day Training Camp
    04/22/2023Toledo, OH - 1 Day Training Camp

    Weekly Game Stats

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    Season Stats

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