FSU's Milton cleared for spring practice after recovery from knee injury
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Florida State quarterback McKenzie Milton has been fully cleared to participate in spring practice, head coach Mike Norvell said Friday, according to Matt Baker of The Tampa Bay Times.

Milton hasn't played for the last two seasons due to a knee injury, but Norvell added that the signal-caller "looks great." Milton has been working his way back to form since suffering a right knee dislocation in Nov. 2018 that resulted in ligament, nerve, and artery damage.

The 23-year-old has participated in offseason conditioning since arriving at Florida State.

“It’s been remarkable watching him,” Norvell added.

The Hawaiian-born field general transferred from UCF last December after spending much of the 2020 season working with the program's scout team.

Milton brings an abundance of experience to the Seminoles' program, having led UCF to a perfect 13-0 record and a Peach Bowl victory while throwing 37 touchdowns and only nine interceptions during the 2017 campaign.

Florida State's depth chart at quarterback currently includes Milton, Jordan Travis, and Chubba Purdy among others.

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