GAC QB Mills out 3-4 months with knee injury; made AJC Super 11 team
Greater Atlanta Christian QB Davis Mills, the consensus No. 1 senior football prospect in Georgia, has suffered a knee injury that will require surgery and keep him out for three to four months.
Mills suffered the injury outside of a practice or a scrimmage, according to the Gwinnett Daily Post, the first to report the story.
Mills recently was named to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 team, which annually recognizes the state’s best high school senior players in preseason. Mills has committed to Stanford. Scout.com and 247Sports each rank Mills as the No. 1 pro-style quarterback in the country in the class of 2017.
In 2015, Mills passed for 2,821 yards and 25 touchdwons . He also rushed for 561 yards and 14 touchdowns. He has over 5,000 passing years
GAC is 26-3 in Mills’ two seasons as a starter, made the Class AA finals in 2014 and semifinals in 2015. GAC is ranked No. 4 in AAA to start the 2016 season.