One Oregon football recruit is ready to get his college career with the Duck underway and he wasted no time forming a special bond with his future head coach. Cale Millen, a three-star quarterback recruit in the Class of 2019, committed to the Ducks over the weekend and celebrated his decision with what future commits better hope doesn’t become a tradition.
On social media, a video surfaced that shows Millen and Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal getting together to chug some raw eggs. If it was a chugging contest, Millen came out on top.
Check out the video below:
Oregon QB commit Cale Millen (@millen_10) drinks raw eggs with @coach_cristobal to celebrate his commitment. That’s dedication – for player and coach pic.twitter.com/W6tNB7d8fA
— Andrew Nemec (@AndrewNemec) May 6, 2018
Millen is currently at a standout signal-caller at Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie, Washington. Millen, who is the son of former NFL quarterback Hugh Millen, is the No. 27-ranked quarterback in the nation. The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder chose the Ducks over offers from the Arizona State Sun Devils and Northwestern Wildcats.