The Dayton Flyers offered a scholarship to Paul McMillan IV, a 6-foot-1 point guard in the class of 2022, according to a report on Twitter by his dad, Paul McMilllan III, on Monday.
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McMillan is a sophomore at Cincinnati Woodward. He spent his freshman year at Hughes STEM High School. He averaged 24.7 points, 4.0 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 2.3 steals last season. Hughes finished 18-5.
McMillan ranks 34th in the 2022 class, according to 247Sports.com, and he’s the third ranked Ohio recruit in the class.
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The Cincinnati Bearcats offered McMillan a scholarship in June. Xavier offered him a scholarship in May.
In other Dayton recruiting news:
• Koby Brea, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard who visited Dayton in September, announced on Instagram he will make his college choice at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Dayton recruiting targets
» 2020: Max Amadasun | Hassan Diarra | Desmond Polk | Keon Ambrose | Zach Benton | Tony Sanders Jr. | Andersson Garcia | Kam Farris | Jaylen Murray | Eric Gaines
» 2021: Wesley Cardet | Franck Kepnang | Jonathan Kuminga | Rafael Pinzon | Malachi Smith | Jalin Billingsley
» 2022: Ramel Lloyd
🔥🏀🔥🏀 Our family is blessed to say that Coach Grant, offered Paul a full scholarship to The University of Dayton. Thanks to Coach Grant and his staff, for the visit, th offer, and the REAL talk💪🏾 @ManimalElite @DaytonMBB @CoachRedden31 @mrsamy7all pic.twitter.com/uSDZVSlhJW— Coach P Mac (@coachpmac34) October 7, 2019
Paul Mcmillan IV receives another offer from @DaytonMBB - Paul Mcmillan IV is becoming a heavy favorite with in state powers - Xavier/ Cincinnati / Dayton have all offered - congrats to young man who works his tail off and the coaches are noticing! #Manimal @KennethFaried35 pic.twitter.com/eOS0y5p2vh— Manimal Elite (KY) (@ManimalElite) October 7, 2019
Paul McMillan IV makes it look so EASY! @Corey_Albertson @275Hoops pic.twitter.com/f018xCuZeg— Jason Morrow (@JasonMorrow270) August 17, 2019
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