Cameron Mills refused a full scholarship to the University of Georgia to be a walk-on at the University of Kentucky, where his father, Terry Mills, played at.
Known as a three-point specialist, Mills became extremely respected by his teammates despite his walk-on status. He began to make a real name for himself in the 1997 postseason, when he drilled over 60 percent of his shots from behind the arc and averaged over 11 points per game.
However, he will live in Kentucky lore for one shot and one shot only.
The shot heard 'round the Bluegrass.
Down 17 points with 9:38 remaining in the Elite Eight against Duke, Kentucky made a ferocious comeback. Sure enough, it was Cameron Mills who drilled a three, with the Wildcats down 86-84 with 2:15 left.
The Wildcats never looked back as they went on to win the game and the 1998 title.