Santa Fe: Brian Mills anchors strong signing group...
By Robert Przybylo
Wasn’t too shocked to hear about Santa Fe’s Brian Mills heading to Princeton. Knew it would be one of those Ivy League schools.
Mills officially committed Friday and then signed on the dotted line Wednesday, leading a strong first class for coach Bruce Gowen.
A lot of people look at last year as a disappointment, but when you look at the numbers, that is tough to justify.
Mills was one of seven football kids to sign Wednesday. A couple of tough breaks derailed what could have been a memorable season for the Wolves.
Mills said Princeton had the right balance of athletics and academics. I guess you can say Princeton isn’t bad academically (sarcasm doesn’t come off too well in print).
It was a fun ceremony, and I took a goofy photo of some of the Santa Fe kids showing their support for Mills.
Santa Fe AD Barry Blagowsky said signing day is one of his favorite days, and I agree 100 percent.
The kids get to see that all the hard work was worth it and paid off.
Here is the list:
Alex Land (Weber State)
Justin Brewer (SNU)
Brian Mills (Princeton)
Randy Mack “The Mack Attack” (Washburn)
Michael Harris (Washburn)
Tyler Shaw (ECU)
D.J. Sims (ECU)
Beau Brown (Bethany College)
Drew Hall (Oklahoma City University)
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