Data Scout Notes: **2017: BiletnikoffFinalist/1stC...2016: 4* West Virginia Transfer...2015: NAC
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12/26/17 - 2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR David Sills V, West Virginia Jr. Wilmington, Del./El Camino College,...Sills V, a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, leads the nation with 18 touchdown catches. He also has 60 catches for 980 yards. - West Virginia Football
12/18/17 - West Virginia wide receiver David Sills V, the national leader in touchdown receptions with 18, will return for his senior season, the school announced Monday. That news, combined with the return of quarterback Will Grier, who also will be a senior in 2018, will once again give the Mountaineers one of the top pass-catch combinations in the nation. "It is important to me to finish what I started in the classroom and help our program win a Big 12 championship," Sills said in a statement. "WVU holds a special place in my heart, and I am looking forward to seeing what this team can accomplish next year." NFLDraftScout.com ranks Sills as the sixth-best junior receiver in the country, giving him a third-round grade at the moment. Sills had a breakout year after spending the 2016 season in junior college. The 6-foot-4, 203-pound junior has 60 catches for 980 yards, with three games in which he caught three touchdown passes. Sills was one of three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award, which went to Oklahoma State's James Washington. West Virginia (7-5) will play Utah (6-6) in the Heart of Dallas Bowl on Dec. 26. - The Sports Xchange
10/24/17 - With 15 receiving touchdowns this season, West Virginia junior WR David Sills (6-4, 205, 4.59, #13) leads all of college football in the category -- by a wide margin. Best known as being a seventh-grade quarterback who received a USC scholarship offer, Sills is proving to be a more-than-capable receiving threat, using his size and ball skills to separate himself as the No. 1 target for Mountaineers redshirt junior QB Will Grier (6-1, 200, 4.65, #7). Sills has recorded multiple receiving scores in six of seven games this year, including three scores each of the last two weeks. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
10/10/17 - In case you have not heard Sills' story: As a 13-year-old, he was a quarterback prodigy who was offered a scholarship by Southern California. In two stints at West Virginia, with a JUCO stop in between, he transitioned to receiver and is now one of the best in the Big 12. He caught two more touchdown passes against TCU on Saturday and has nine to lead the nation. - AP College Football
10/07/17 - WR David Sills, tops nationally in receiving touchdowns entering the game, hauled in his eighth and ninth TDs of the season against TCU.