McKenzie Milton underwent another procedure on his right leg Friday, Matt Murschel of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
McKenzie Milton (leg) posted a video Thursday on his personal Instagram account that featured him leg pressing 40 pounds.
Central Florida quarterbacks coach Jeff Lebby said Saturday that he isn't ruling out the possibility of McKenzie Milton (leg) playing in 2019, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. "Yeah, I think so," Lebby said, when asked if Milton might play next season. "We'll kind of wait and see. I think it's day-to-day with him. That's just the reality of it, and working through it all with him and our medical staff and seeing where it goes."
McKenzie Milton (leg) underwent another surgery after having an ultrasound on his knee Thursday, Iliana Limon Romero and Matt Murschel of The Orlando Sentinel reports.
McKenzie Milton has been officially discharged from the hospital and will undergo reconsructive knee surgery in 4-to-6 weeks, Chris Vannini of The Athletic reports.
McKenzie Milton's (leg) blood flow in his right leg has been restored and he's set to have reconstructive knee surgery sometime in the near future, Christian Bruey of WFTV.com reports.
McKenzie Milton (knee) has been ruled out for the rest of the season and there's no certainty he will play next year as well, Iliana Limon Romero of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
McKenzie Milton is having surgery on his leg after getting carted off of Friday's game versus South Florida, Ryan Bass of CBS Tampa Bay reports.
McKenzie Milton (leg) is being carted off the field during Friday's game against South Florida and will be taken to a local hospital for further evaluation, per the ESPN broadcast.
McKenzie Milton completed 13 of 25 passes for 268 yards and three touchdowns in the division-clinching win Saturday over Cincinnati. He also rushed 12 times for six yards with a touchdown but lost a fumble.
McKenzie Milton completed 17 of 21 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns, also rushing seven times for 62 yards and a score in Saturday's 35-24 win over Navy.