Darius Millines is one of the top athletes from south Florida. Millines, 6-0 and 180 pounds, does a little of everything for Delray Beach American Heritage. This season he will play quarterback, running back, wide receiver, cornerback and safety.
"I am having a good camp," Millines said. "It's been fun. Most teams like me as a receiver. I am one of those guys that just makes plays. I can make people miss or run by them."
According to Millines he has 18 scholarship offers. Of those 18 offers two standout for this three-star talent.
"Right now I really like West Virginia and Wake Forest.
"Wake Forest was nice. I went up there for an unofficial visit and it reminded me so much of American Heritage. They need a big play guy and an athlete. I can play receiver there and run the wildcat. I really like Wake. There is just something about them. I got that vibe up there.
"With West Virginia, it's their offense. I love that spread. I will know more once I visit them.
"I will (officially) visit West Virginia on September 12th and Wake Forest on October 12th."
Does this mean that Millines will leave the state of Florida?
"It looks like it. Miami and Florida have both offered me but I have lost contact with both schools. Right now I am not sure who else I will visit. It may not matter because I really like Wake (Forest) and West Virginia."