Hundreds of miles from home, Dedrick Mills sized up his life. He had been kicked off the team at Georgia Tech for violations of the athletic department’s substance-abuse policy. He had been relegated to the fringes of college football at a Kansas junior college. And, only two games into the season there, he had broken his collarbone, a season-ending injury.
From his perspective, the outlook last fall was bleak.
Mills received a scholarship offer from Nebraska in the spring and attended the Cornhuskers’ spring game. He considers that his most likely destination. But he said he has been in contact with coaches from Auburn, Kentucky and Arkansas, who are waiting to see how he performs this fall
What is he, 2 for 2?
Played one year at GT. Was hurt early last year and RS and is a RS-Sophomore this year. Unless he gets a medical hardship if I am counting correctly he is a 2-2 guyWill he just have 1 year left? He played 2 years ago at GT and last year 2 games before getting hurt. He played this year as well- so looks like just 1 year left to play?