Former UCF QB McKenzie Milton Announces He’s Transferring to Florida State

By  //  December 13, 2020

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Milton has one year of eligibility left

UCF QB McKenzie Milton (Colin Ziemer/Space Coast Daily Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Former UCF QB McKenzie Milton announced on Sunday that he is transferring to Florida State for his senior season after a two-year hiatus as he recovered from a gruesome leg injury two years ago at USF.

Milton, a Hawaii native, made his plans known to the college football world that he would enter the transfer portal due to the recent rise of current UCF QB Dillon Gabriel.

Milton will battle for the starting QB job at Florida State immediately as the Seminoles have limped to a 3-6 season under first year head coach Mike Norvell.

During Milton’s three-year stint at UCF, the 5-foot-11 QB amassed 8,683 passing yards with 72 TDs and 22 INTs.