Denzel Mims will take the top off coverage and can stack defenders when running vertical routes. He has a rare blend of size, length, and top-end speed. Mims will run hard and can break tackles after the catch. When in the red zone, his size, frame, and body control makes him a threat. Mims makes great circus-style catches but is raw and will struggle with drops. His route running needs to improve, but dominates cornerbacks and will win the 50/50 challenges.
Dynasty Spin: Mims does not have much competition in front of him. Breshad Perriman and Jamison Crowder are his most significant threats. Therefore, it will be entirely on him and his cohesion with Sam Darnold to make a career. Mims is going in the late first or early second in rookie leagues while going in the ninth round in start-ups.
|Projected Missed||Probability of injury per game ?||Probablity of injury in the season ?|
|Apr 6, 2019||Hand||Mims underwent hand surgery and he was ready for fall practice|
|Sep 14, 2018||Thigh Hamstring Strain Grade 2||Mims did not play in Baylor's loss to Duke due to a hamstring injury suffered ahead of the game. He was available for the next game against Kansas|