The youngster is likely to make his Millers debut at home on Saturday in the Millers' vital league clash with Nottingham Forest and will join Jonathan Forte who is also on loan from the Bramall Lane club.
Quinn was in action for the Sheffield United reserves last night, where he found the net and the onlooking Alan Knill was impressed. "He was the best player on the pitch, he is full of enthusiasm and he never stops running. His attitude is infectious and it rubs off on other players around him. He will be an ideal replacement for Michael Keane." Knill told the club's official site
Sheffield United manager Neil Warnock, a former Rotherham player was insistant that Quinn, the younger brother of Irish international Alan Quinn who is also at Bramall Lane, should come to Millmoor. "I must have had six clubs enquiring about taking him on loan but I've insisted he goes to Rotherham. I'm sure, having picked up experience with the Dons, his enthusiasm and energy will be a help to The Millers." Warnock told Sheffield United's official site.