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Tetairoa McMillan

Tetairoa McMillan (WR) – Arizona / Junior

6’5″, 210 Lbs. (Unofficial)

2022 stats: 12 games, 39 receptions, 702 yds, 18 avg, 8 TD

2023 stats: 13 games, 90 receptions 1,402 yds, 15.6 avg, 10 TD

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Awards: Receptions #2 Pac-12 (2023); Receiving Yards #2 Pac-12 (2023); All Pac-12 2nd team (2023)

Measurables: (Post combine)

RAS: (Post combine)

Games Watched: 2023 vs. Colorado; 2023 vs. Mississippi



Doesn’t matter if you’re just looking at a scouting report or watching his film, the first thing that pops out about Tet is his size. At a listed 6’5, he uses his body like a rebounder in basketball, boxes out defenders and wins those 50/50 balls (50% contested catch rate per PFF in 2023). Highlight reel catches are all over his film just by dominating defenders. It is insane to me how well he moves and sinks his hips in his route running. Things like whip routes that you need to be able to sink your hips to break cleanly, look so impressive from T-mac. Another thing that he does well is his ability to manipulate defenders with his use of tempo, you can see him lull his defender into a sense of security before he bursts by them causing the defender to play catch up. One of my personal favorite aspects of his game is his high-level IQ. Whether it’s sitting down in an open zone to make himself available to his QB or constantly planting his foot and toe dragging before going out of bounds, he always seems to know where he is on the field at all times.


While Tet is a very willing blocker off the ball, at times it appears he lacks positioning to really gain an advantage on would be tacklers (has a 58 grade from PFF in his run blocking). While his speed is solid, it is not necessarily a strength of his game and at times keeps him from fully separating from DB’s. Does have 5 drops in his 2 years in college, something he could clean up a bit.


It is easy to see why McMillian is a lot of people consensus 1A-1B WR in the upcoming 2025 class, and that is where he currently is for me early on. He reminds me of one of my favorite current NFL WRs, Michael Pittman. If he can build off a very impressive 2023, and I know we are looking ahead here, but it appears that he has all the makings of a 1st round pick in the NFL Draft and an early 1st round dynasty pick in 2025, if he decides to declare after his junior year. I look forward to seeing what this season brings for him and his future dynasty value.

Completed by: @DynastyDogMike, 06/25/24

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 06/27/24





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