On Tuesday evening Rylie Mills became the third Notre Dame commit to announce their participation in the Pro Football Hall of Fame World Bowl.

Mills is a four-star defensive end from Lake Forest, Ill. and the No. 126 overall prospect in the 2020 class according to 247Sports’ composite rankings.

The World Bowl is an all-star game where the top high school prospects from all over the world compete to showcase their skills. The game will be held in Mexico City on Dec. 21.

At the World Bowl, Fisher will compete with and against some of the best prospects in the country, as well as future Irish teammates Blake Fisher and Gabriel Rubio.

A newer high school all-star game started in 2018, the World Bowl was organized by former NFL Pro Bowler Rod Woodson and tries to differentiate itself from the other games (the All-American game and All-American Bowl ex.) by embracing an international flavor. The game will be held in a foreign city and gives elite high school recruits a chance to learn about another culture and meet athletes from around the world.