As a senior in 1993, Chris Mills helped Arizona to a 24-4 overall record and first place finish in the Pac-10 by averaging 20.4 points and 7.9 rebounds per game. The work earned him the 1993 Pac-10 Conference Player of the Year. That season saw him lead the Wilcats in scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage (.520), three-point field goal percentage (.483) and free throw percentage (.836). At the time of his induction, Chris was the programs eight all-time leading scorer with 1,619 points, even though he only played three years for the Wildcats. As a senior in 1992-93, he was a Basketball Weekly scond team All-American and an Associated Press, United Press International, Basketball Times and NABC third team All-America selection. A four-time Pac-10 Player of the Week as a senior and seven times during his career, Chris started all 94 games during his UA career and scored in double figures the final 46 games in a row. He was the second Arizona player and just the fourth Pac-10 player to record a triple double with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists versus Northern Arizona as a junior. He scored over 500 points and grabbed more than 200 rebounds in each of his three seasons. Arizona won two Pac-10 titles during his career and had an overall record of 76-18. He was the 22nd pick of the 1993 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers.