|Hometown:||St. Louis, Mo.|
|High School:||Mary Institute Country Day|
|Major:||East Asian Language/Literature|
Rejoined the team and helped the Big Green earn a share of the Ivy League title with his work on the scout team.
Spent the fall studying abroad in China.
Starting quarterback for the jayvees made an appearance with the varsity at Brown … threw for 106 yards while completing 11-of-13 in a 20-7 win over Middlebury ... connected on 11 more passes in 16 attempts for 103 yards and a touchdown against Williams ... nearly flawless in passing scrimmage versus Norwich with 307 yards and four touchdowns while going 30-of-33 ... final JV numbers — 60-of-74 for 603 yards and six touchdowns with just one interception.
Starting quarterback on the junior varsity squad ... completed 30-of-57 passes (52.6 pct.) for 445 yards and three touchdowns with just one interception in the three jayvee contests ... all three scoring strikes came against Middlebury to rally the Big Green from a 14-0 halftime deficit for a 21-14 triumph ... averaged nearly 19 yards per completion in a win over Williams ... threw for a season-best 181 yards on 12-of-21 passing against Bridgton Academy while also running for 38 yards on six carries.
First-team all-state and first-team all-metro quarterback as a senior ... connected on 70.8 percent of his attempts as a senior ... threw for 3,400 yards and 44 touchdowns with nine interceptions ... in a 56-42 loss at the Edward Jones Dome in state championship game he went 36-for-46 for 415 yards and five touchdowns setting the Missouri state record for most completions in a championship game ... MICDS finished 14-1 ... ranked No. 16 recruit overall in the list of St. Louis Post-Dispatch Super 30 players from the 200-plus high schools in the area ... helped basketball team to a 20-8 record and a conference championship as a senior.
Majoring in East Asian language and literature ... full name is Thomas Jackson Militello ... born on April 17, 1993 ... son of Mark and Jackie Militello has one brother and two sisters ... father was an All-ACC wide receiver at Duke ... mother is a professor at Washington University in St. Louis ... speaks Japanese fluently ... has thoughts of working in public policy ... enjoys debate and drama.