- High School
- McDonogh, Md.
- Current Team
- Team 91 MD
NLF March 2021 Super 60 Rankings
Ranked No. 1 overall, No. 1 attackman
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating: 98
The son of two Hall of Famers, Millon is an incredibly cerebral, high-IQ attackman with the ability to dodge from X, the wings or up top. He knows how to create even the slightest separation to get his hands free. His passing ability is understated and he’s getting to the point where he can beat you exclusively as a scorer or feeder, let alone both. Millon can run some midfield if needed, too.
Millon, the son of Mark Millon, figures to be one of the most sought-after recruits in the ’23 class. It’s clear that he got his father’s lacrosse IQ and offensive abilities, and he put up a goal and four assists to pace the 91 offense. He’s an attackman that’s comfortable anywhere on the field, showing the ability and vision to run things from X, pop out to the wing or even get downhill from up top, like he does in the video below to set up teammate Jake Bair (St. Paul’s, Md.) for a goal.
… and you can also see Millon operating well behind the cage to set up Haydn Sommer (Bridgeland, Texas / No. 47 ’22) for the game-tying goal to send the game to overtime.
“When I was younger, I always just thought of putting the ball in the net, but as I’ve matured a little bit more, I’ve started to learn that passing can really open up opportunities, not only for your teammates but for yourself, too, because if they’re not going to slide to you, you’re going to be able to have a field day,” Millon said. “I’ve definitely tried to pass a lot more and I think of myself as a well-rounded attackman that can pass or score.”
One of Millon’s most understated plays, though, didn’t show up on the stat sheet. He sprinted past two Crabs and dove for a ball that was headed for the midline, knocking it loose to a teammate to help 91 Maryland keep possession. Those types of plays never go unnoticed.
2020 Maverik Showtime All-Star
2019 Maverik Showtime All-Star