Selected first-team all-state by the Louisiana Sportswriters following his senior season at Archbishop Rummel HS in Metairie, La. ... Made 84 tackles, including six sacks, in his senior campaign ... Three-year letterman whose teams compiled a record of 35-4 and made three trips to the state playoffs in Class AAAAA, the largest classification in Louisiana ... Started his final two seasons at defensive tackle and was a two-year pick on the all-district and all-parish teams ... Also a two-year choice on the New Orleans Times-Picayune All-Metro team ... Coached by Jay Roth ... Played one season of baseball ... Honor roll student ... His father, Bennie Mills Jr., played football at Florida A&M ... His brother, Bennie Mills III, currently plays for Florida ... Narrowed his choices to Kentucky, Cincinnati, San Diego State, and Memphis before picking the Wildcats.
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