David Sills opted for a single season with the El Camino College before his promising return to West Virginia. While his fresh professional career is a known fact to many, the player’s off-field whereabouts still remain unexplored.
Short Bio: Age, Parents, Height
David Sills, age 22, was born as David Sills V on 29 May 1996 in Wilmington, Delaware. The American football wide receiver is the third child of his parents, Denise and David Sills IV. David’s father is a commercial developer and contractor. He shares a sibling bond with two elder sisters, Emma and Abby.
David Sills with his mother on 10 October 2014 (Picture: David’s Instagram)
David stands at a tall height of 6 feet and 3 inches. Besides, the young player weighs around 211 lb (96 kg).
David Sills committed to play for the West Virginia Mountaineers football team on 16 July 2014. Later on 17 October 2015, he ringed his official college debut in the game against the Baylor Bears. He recorded two receptions for 64 yards in the game. Likewise, the freshman made a game-winning touchdown reception at the 2016 Cactus Bowl against Arizona State.
Catch David Sills’ college stats (Picture: Sports Reference)
David announced his transfer to the El Camino College on 23 June 2016. However, he again made his way back to West Virginia on 15 December later that year. The early-20 player remained undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft. Soon on 27 April 2019, he signed with the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent.
Is The Young Player Dating?
The new Bills signing is so occupied when it comes to his professional life. He is yet to spill any beans on his relationship status. Furthermore, no dating rumors of the player have made into the news headlines so far.
As David is fresh from his new professional commitment, it will take a while for him to caress his personal life before his professional career.
Some Interesting Facts About David Sills
- David’s dad played as a cornerback for the Virginia Military Institute.
- He started training football at the six nine with quarterback trainer Steve Clarkson.
- David’s career highlights include First-team All-American (2017), 2x First-team All-Big 12 (2017,2018), and FBS Touchdown Receptions leader (2017).