Report: Stanford QB K.J. Costello will be held out of spring football due to hip injury

The Stanford Cardinal are already a bit thin at the QB position after 2017 starter Keller Chryst opted to leave the program as a graduate transfer. Now, the Cardinal will likely be without their 2018 starter for spring football.

Sports Illustrated’s Bruce Feldman reported on Tuesday that Stanford QB K.J. Costello is expected to be held out of full drills for spring football due to a hip injury.

Costello, a rising junior, stands 6-foot-5 and played in 11 games, and started 7, for the Cardinal during the 2017 season. Costello completed 58.8 percent of his passes for 1,573 yards, 14 TDs and 4 INTs. He also added 92 rushing yards and 3 rushing TDs.

Davis Mills, a rising sophomore and Jack Richardson, a rising junior, are the other QB’s currently on the Stanford roster.

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