In a move that should come as a surprise to almost no one, Peters Township Class of 2021 safety Donovan McMillon is now a four-star prospect, according to 247 Sports.
McMillion, a 6-foot-2, 193-pound safety with dozens of top offers, was moved up to a four-star ranking, the No. 8 player and the No. 8 safety in the country, according to the scouting service.
His 247 Sports Composite ranking, which averages the rankings of the three major recruiting services, has him as a high three-star, the No. 11 player in Pennsylvania and the No. 23 safety in the country. Rivals rates McMillon as a three-star. ESPN has not given him an evaluation.
McMillon has 41 FBS offers, almost all of them coming after his recruitment took off at the end of his junior season. He had just two — Akron and Pitt — before the end of his 2019 season with the Indians.
Since then, there’s been an absolute rush that hasn’t stopped after he reduced his list to a Top 15 on March 27. Georgia, LSU, Miami, Stanford and Tennessee are among the schools that have reached out since he first narrowed his list.
McMillon joins Central Catholic’s Elliot Donald, Gateway’s Derrick Davis and West Mifflin’s Nahki Johnson as four-star prospects from the WPIAL Class of 2021.