CHESTERFIELD, Mo. — Coming off a big junior season for the Marquette Mustangs, 2019 running back Kyle Mill is showing off his all-around athleticism this offseason at various combines and camps.
At 5’9, 185, Mill is coming off a huge junior season in which he rushed for 1,440 yards and 21 touchdowns. Both totals were good for third in the Marquette single-season record books. He describes his game as hard nosed and fast paced, likes to get uphill and gain yards, but can also bounce outside if necessary.
“I am very happy with what I accomplished last season in terms of rushing yards and rushing touchdowns,” he said. “However, there are definitely aspects of my game I can still improve and plan on improving in the off season.”
To that end, Mill says he is focusing on speed and agility through track and hard training in the weight room.
He says the most influential person in his life has been his older brother, Ryan Mill (20) who is a sophomore at the University of Miami.
“He has been a role model to me my entire life in terms of football, academics, and quality of character including integrity, courage, and pursuit, which all apply to the sport of football,” Mill says.
Mill does not currently hold any offers, but has drawn significant interest from a wide variety of programs, including Princeton, Dartmouth, Holy Cross, Yale, Harvard and Lindenwood. He visited Princeton and Dartmouth on their junior days and also visited Lindenwood on an unofficial visit. In addition, he is planning on visiting Harvard, Yale, and Cornell over the summer.