Four-star wide receiver Kenny Stills (6-2, 175, 4.4) from Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon is living up to his reputation as one of the Golden State's most versatile and athletic players. He is playing wildcat quarterback for his high school and was very instrumental in his team's opening win, trouncing Salinas, Calif., 54-20.
In one half of play because La Costa Canyon didn't want to run up the score, Stills rushed for 80 yards and scored a rushing touchdown. He also had three completions for 30 yards. As a receiver, Stills only had two passes thrown to him in the game, both were into double coverage.
Stills was on hand for UCLA's game on Saturday and truly enjoyed him time at the Rose Bowl.
"UCLA really makes me feel at home when I'm up there," Stills said. "I really had a good experience.
"I hung out with (Bruin commits) Brett Nottingham and Tony Jefferson," Stills said. "I also saw Jerry Neuheisel, but I mostly hung out with Brett (Nottingham). He was doing his best to get me to go to UCLA.
"If it works out, I'll be going to Tennessee this weekend when the Vols play UCLA," Stills said. "I am waiting to see if it can work out."
The phone has been ringing off the hook at the Stills household, as he has received phone calls from Cal, Nebraska, LSU, Oregon, Washington, Tennessee, UCLA, Cal, Oklahoma and Florida.
The one school that he hasn't heard from by phone is Penn State, a school that Stills has set a visit to on November 6th.
"I'm still very interested in Penn State," Stills said. "I have a visit to them and I'm looking forward to visiting Penn State and checking the school out."
Stills also has visits set to Oklahoma (11-13-09) and Florida (11-27-09).
Whoever ends up with Stills will be getting a player who earned all-state, San Diego Section all-CIF and all-league after racking up 64 receptions for 1,274 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior.
Stills also has NFL bloodlines. His dad, Kenny Stills, Sr., played his college ball at Wisconsin and in the league for the Packers and the Vikings.
Stills earned a spot on the Rivals.com Rivals250 for the class of 2010 landing as the nation's No.131 prospect at any position. He was also selected to the Rivals.com California Preseason Top 100 team and is ranked as the Golden State's No. 22 prospect at any position.