When you're hot, you're hot and four-star wide receiver Kenny Stills (6-1.5, 175, 4.36) from Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon definitely on fire. Just this week, Stills has added four offers. Two of them from SEC and two from the Big 12.
"I was just offered by Oklahoma two minutes ago," Stills said. "It's big time being seen by the Big 12. Oklahoma has done a good job getting their receivers to the NFL, so this offer is very exciting.
"I also have picked up offers from Florida, Tennessee and Nebraska," Stills said. "Tennessee and Florida are also big time. It's SEC football. The SEC loves football and so do I.
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"Nebraska is also a prestigious school and I have a lot of respect for the Cornhuskers," Stills said. "I'm really excited about Nebraska, too. I'm excited about all of the schools that have offered me that are away from the west coast.
"I still have a lot of love for the schools that have offered me on the west coast," Still said. "But it is nice to have national attention."
Stills is just as hot a commodity for postseason all-star games as he is a recruit right now.
"I have been invited to play in both the US Army and Under Armor All-American games," Stills said. "I haven't committed to either game yet. There are a couple of other games that I have been invited to as well and I am interested in those games, too."
Besides the most recent offers from Oklahoma, Nebraska, Florida and Tennessee, the speedy wide receiver has scholie opportunities from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington, Penn State, San Diego State, Boise State, Fresno State, New Mexico State and Colorado.
As a junior, Stills earned all-state, San Diego Section all-CIF and all-league after racking up 64 receptions for 1,274 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Stills has NFL bloodlines has his dad, Kenny Stills, Sr., played his college ball at Wisconsin and in the league for the Packers and the Vikings.
Stills was also selected to the preseason Rivals.com Rivals250 for the class of 2010.