Cale Millen. Record file photo

Cale Millen. Record file photo

Millen signs on to play with University of Oregon

  • Wednesday, December 19, 2018 10:03am
  • Sports

Mount Si star quarterback Cale Millen signed his letter of intent on Dec. 19 to play at the University of Oregon next season. He received a full scholarship from the university.

The Mount Si Football Twitter page reads, “Congrats to Cale & his family! Wishing you the best from your WILDCAT FAMILY! #GoCats #GoDucks.” Millen’s Twitter page from yesterday reads, “Amazing Official Visit this weekend! Can’t wait to sign tomorrow! Go Ducks!”

In a message that Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal posted on Twitter, Millen wrote, “The support I have received from my Mount Si teammates, the Mount Si coaching staff especially Coach Kinnune, and the entire Mount Si football community has been immensely appreciated. This recruiting process has been fun and a challenge all at the same time. I have experienced a significant connection with the coaching staff at the university of Oregon. With that being said, I’m honored to say I will be committing to the university of Oregon. Go Ducks!”

Wildcats’ head football coach Charlie Kinnune praised Millen in an earlier Record story: “His accuracy has been awesome all year. He is in the 70 percent range. You couldn’t ask for anything more from a quarterback. One of the things that strikes me is that he continues to get better. I love the fact that one of our best players is still getting better. There is no plateauing with him.”

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