Milton offensive guard Paul Tchio paved the way for an offense that led Milton to a 13-2 record and its first state championship. He was credited with more than 100 knockdown blocks and was named first-team all-state. Tchio also played on defense (22 tackles) and was used as a Wildcat quarterback. He is rated the No. 4 guard prospect and No. 119 overall player nationally and the No. 13 player in Georgia.

Paul Tchio, Milton

PAUL TCHIO, MILTON
Position: Offensive lineman
Height, weight: 6-5, 300
Class: Senior
College choices: Committed to Clemson.

Milton offensive guard Paul Tchio, a first-team all-state selection as a junior, is a member of the 2019 AJC Super 11 class.
Photo: Christina R. Matacotta/AJC

2018 season wrap-up: Tchio paved the way for an offense that led Milton to a 13-2 record and its first state championship. He was credited with more than 100 knockdown blocks and was named first-team all-state. Tchio also played on defense (22 tackles) and was used as a Wildcat quarterback. He is rated the No. 4 guard prospect and No. 119 overall player nationally and the No. 13 player in Georgia.
School’s first Super 11 since: Carl Lawson in 2012.

» 2019 Super 11: Sergio AllenWill AndersonHarrison BaileyTank BigsbyZe’Vian CapersArik GilbertKobe HudsonBroderick JonesMyles MurphyTate RatledgePaul Tchio

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