WATCH: UCF Senior Quarterback McKenzie Milton Discusses Rehab and Future Plans

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Milton suffered a devastating leg injury against South Florida in November 2018

ABOVE VIDEO: UCF senior quarterback McKenzie Milton spoke to local media to discuss his rehab, downtime, and much more via video conference.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – UCF senior quarterback McKenzie Milton spoke to local media Thursday to discuss his rehab, downtime, and much more via video conference. Watch the complete media session above.

Milton plans to use his education and playing experience to coach football. Not yet, though. “Someday,” he says.

At the moment he’s craning his neck to get a full view of the field where he led the Knights to national prominence and blossomed into a Heisman Trophy candidate before suffering a devastating leg injury against South Florida on November 23, 2018.

“I miss it,” he says of the game that he sees as prominently in his future as it has been in his past.

In a recent interview, Milton had said “There are a lot of memories down there. But being carted off the field isn’t the way I want to end my career. The triumphs and tragedies you share with your guys … there’s nothing quite like it. I’ll work my butt off until I’m ready to roll with them again. I’m so grateful God led me to UCF. My story here is not finished.”

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