Ten months ago it was considered a huge recruiting victory for Syracuse to have swayed athletic defensive end Myles Hilliard to switch his commitment away from Pitt. Today, he’s been kicked out of Milford and will never play a down for the Orange. He’s back in his hometown of Bedford, Ohio working a job almost everyday, just a few months removed from his high school graduation. No football. No college. Nothing.
Myles played just six weeks at Milford, SU’s feeder football program. He didn’t have the grades to attend SU right away. Right now he’d take another shot at playing with the Falcons again. But the odds are slim of that happening at this point. Head coach Bill Chaplick isn’t likely to give Hilliard another chance. Hilliard spoke with The Fizz and would love any chance to get his career back on track.
“I’m just trying to catch onto a D-II school because that’s the only place I think my grades can take me.”
Yes, this is the same 3-star defensive end that signed his with Syracuse ba