52 - Milton Clemmons
|Hometown: ||Norfolk, Va.|
|High School: ||Norview|
|Major: ||Criminal Justice|
- "I made Virginia Wesleyan my top choice because of its winning
tradition and student-teacher ratio. It was also a dream of mine to
represent a team/school from my hometown of Norfolk."
- Selected VWC over Norfolk State University
VWC Career Statistics
- Competed in basketball and baseball
- Son of Bernette Long and Milton Clemmons Sr.
- Has four siblings, Rischard, Donita, Millionnetta, and
- Favorites include the book "Decoded," the movies "Carlito's
Way" and "The Boondock Saints"
- A fan of the Chicago Bulls, basketball great Michael Jordan,
- Self-description in 10 words or less:
"I'm mentally tough, ambitious, and caring."
- My favorite aspect of being an athlete
is: "The goal setting. As an athlete I feel you
always should want to get better, you should always want to win.
For that to happen, you have to set goals for yourself."
- The part of my game I've most
improved is: "My confidence in my jumpshot has
improved alot. Without confidence, you have nothing."
- My personal athletic goal at VWC is:
"To perform any role given to me by my coaches at a high level and
just do my part that will bring our team an NCAA
- If I could spend a day with a famous person from
any time period it would be: "Jay-Z, because I've
followed his career since I was young and he still shows growth in
his music and he's been involved with things other than music such
as U.N. Meetings and owning half of the Brooklyn Nets."
- If I could participate in a reality show it would
be: "Survivor, because I think I'm able to adjust to
any situation that presents itself to me. I've survived a lot
- It's the year 2025 and: "I'll be
in a college gym cheering on my son, Styles Clemmons. He'll be 18
and an amazing talent. I'll make sure of it."
- If I could possess one superpower it would
be: "Mindreading, life would be so much easier for
- People might be surprised to
know: "My main reason for continuing my
education after my military service is to give my son a concrete
example of what I will be expecting of him. I believe hardwork,
dedication, and long suffering builds great character.
- The most important advice I've received
is: "It's OK to follow in others footprints but you
better look ahead at where those footprints stopped and simply just
think what you can do different." --Milk-Oz