Davis Mills

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Davis Mills Player Overview

What You Need to Know:

  • Mills was the #1 QB in the 2017 recruiting class, ahead of Tua Tagovailoa.
  • He suffered a left knee injury prior to his senior year of high school and dealt with multiple setbacks throughout his time at Stanford.
  • Mills made just 11 starts across his 4 years on campus. He left school with a career 65.5% completion rate, 7.9 yards-per-attempt average and 18-to-8 TD:INT ratio.
  • Here’s part of The Athletic’s Dane Brugler’s scouting report on Mills: “A loose, well-built passer, Mills shows the ability to scan, operate from various platforms and throw with touch/anticipation. He is one of the best middle-of-the-field passers in the draft, but needs time to grow and eliminate the “what are you doing?” plays from his tape.
  • Pro Football Focus says Mills has “NFL-caliber arm strength” and the “ability to operate quickly within an offense” but adds that “there's no real high end to his game.”
  • The Texans made Mills the 67th overall pick and 8th QB off the board in this year’s draft.
  • QB Deshaun Watson’s future with the team is on shaky ground. He requested a trade in January and is likely looking at a suspension after 22 sexual assault claims were filed against him in March.
  • Watson’s absence would leave Mills and veteran Tyrod Taylor, who signed a 1-year, $5.5 million contract in free agency, to battle f…

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Davis Mills Injury History

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This player has no recorded injuries