At Princeton — 2013: moved back to running back and had an immediate impact on Princeton's record-breaking offense … rushed for 330 yards and averaged 5.7 yards per carry in helping the Tigers to their 10th Ivy League championship … rushed for 111 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown, in 50-22 victory at Georgetown … scored Tigers' first touchdown in 38-17 comeback win at Brown … helped Princeton break Ivy League records in both scoring offense (43.7) and total offense (511.6). 2012: moved from running back to defensive back during the offseason to provide depth in the secondary … made three tackles on special teams. 2011: earned Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week honors after rushing for 117 yards and a touchdown in Princeton's 24-21 win over Columbia; had 26 rushes in game and added three receptions for 23 yards … ended injury-shortened season with 53 rushes for 236 yards … had season-long run of 48 yards against Harvard … returned two kickoffs for 44 yards against Brown. 2010: led all non-seniors with 131 yards rushing … had a season-high 35 yards rushing in first collegiate game, the opener at Lehigh … rushed for 43 yards in first six games, then rushed for 88 in next three … scored first collegiate touchdown during fourth quarter at Cornell … missed Penn game with an injury … caught five passes for 14 yards, including two against Dartmouth … had season-best 12 carries and season-long rush of 15 yards against Dartmouth … returned four kickoffs for 86 yards against Colgate … also competes for the Princeton track & field team.
At Edmond Santa Fe — competed in both football and track and field.
Personal — born Dec. 5, 1991 … son of Cedric Mills and Jeraldnette Simmons … has a stepfather Henry Simmons and a stepmother Wendy Mills … has a sister Madison Mills … plays the guitar and violin.
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