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Mark McMillian

Speedy high school sprint champion, Mark McMillian, was a two-year starter at 

Glendale JR College in California where he was an All-American. His standout 

performance gained him a scholarship to play for the University of Alabama under 

renowned coach Gene Stallings. To this day, McMillian holds the Alabama record for 

the longest interception TD in school history. Mark was drafted into the NFL by the 

Philadelphia Eagles in the 10th round where as a rookie, he earned honors by being 

named to the prestigious All-Madden Team. After a brief stint as a New Orleans Saint, 

McMillian would later have some of his most celebrated success as a cornerback for the 

Kansas City Chiefs under coach Marty Schottenheimer. In 1997, 5-foot-7-inch, 

McMillian, was given the nickname “Mighty Mouse” by his teammates and fans by 

boosting an impressive season with 8 interceptions (tied for the NFL lead) and 3 

defensive TDs (longest 87 yards). He also set a Chiefs franchise record for most 

returned yards (274). Mighty Mac finished his 8 Years in the NFL with the Washington 

Redskins along side Hall of Famer Daryl Green and Champ Bailey. He now resides in 

Los Angeles, California, and works with various programs that help to improve the lives 

of children and young adults.

Mr.McMillian will be signing bottles of bourbon at the Hidden Stills Spirits booth Saturday 10/21 from 11am-1pm

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Mark also appeared on McMillian appeared as a contestant on Season 2 of American culinary reality competition television series Next Level Chef, mentored by Gordon Ramsay
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"From the gridiron to Next Level Chef, you can’t make this journey up if you tried. When I got the phone call I was picked to be on the show it was like being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles out of University of AlabamaI’m grateful for this opportunity to cook alongside some amazing chefs."
-Mark McMillian 
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