At the conclusion of Wednesday's football practice at West Hills Chaminade, 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive tackle Bar Milo gathered his teammates around and announced his college choice.
He's going to be joining the player he protected last season, quarterback Brad Kaaya, at Miami.
Milo credited Kaaya, named Miami's starting quarterback as a freshman, for helping pave the way for him to join the Hurricanes.
Milo is one of the best blockers in California. He was a key member of last season's CIF state championship Division II bowl team and will play both ways this season.
Chaminade opens its season on Thursday at Venice.
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