The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have a roster filled with gamers, and we need to discuss all of them. One Foot Down’s participant profile collection will, as soon as once more, check out each single one among them, and hopefully all of us be taught slightly bit extra about these guys, and Notre Dame’s probabilities for the upcoming 2021 season.
#99 Rylie Mills DT
Rylie Mills was a big-time recruiting prospect, that Notre Dame followers appear to have undervalued during the last yr. Mills was an enormous win because the Irish beat out some elite recruiters to get the previous 4-Star’s signature within the 2020 class — such because the Ohio State Buckeyes and Alabama Crimson Tide.
Mills made slightly little bit of a splash in 2020 as a freshman as he noticed motion in 9 video games — which included a begin within the Rose Bowl. In his restricted motion final yr, he made 7 tackles, 2 TFL, and a half a sack.
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I preserve saying Mills is undervalued, as a result of I firmly imagine that 2021 will likely be an enormous yr for him, and I don’t see sufficient hype from followers or media members. Mike Elston goes to make use of a heavy rotation as soon as once more in 2021, and whereas Jayson Ademilola will undoubtedly be the starter at DT subsequent to NT Kurt Hinish, Mills may work himself into that first man in spot. He will likely be battling Howard Cross and freshman Gabe Rubio. Whereas I’m not sure of the stat affect, he large (and freakishly extensive) 6’5” 275 pound body will assist his unbelievable motor wreak havoc within the trenches. I’m anticipating massive issues from Mills.