The San Diego County area has their fair share of prospects in the class of 2010 and one of the very best is wide receiver/defensive back Kenny Stills (6-1.5, 175, 4.4) from Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon. He currently holds eight offers from schools from coast to coast.
Stills 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.
The very athletic Stills played some spot duty at both safety and cornerback, but as a senior he is expected to see even more action on defense, but he will be recruited as a wide receiver, the position that he has his eight offers for.
Arizona, Cal, Stanford, Washington, Penn State, Boise State, Colorado and San Diego State are the colleges that have already tendered an offer to Stills.
USC is also recruiting Stills and the talented wide receiver took in their junior day a few weeks ago.
"Junior day at USC went real nice," Stills said. "It was more than I expected. Once I got to talk to their coaches, I could tell their love for the game and I can see why USC is so successful"
What is Stills looking for in a college?
"I guess I want to go where I am wanted," Stills said. "So I am looking for a school that recruits me the most and really wants me."
"Academics will definitely be big thing and everything is open," Stills said. "I just want to play where I'm wanted."
Stills is a hard worker who has been a standout at every camp he has attended and he hopes that trend will continue when he attends USC's Rising Star Camp in June. He may take in the NIKE Camp in Los Angeles in April, but that is not set in stone.
Rolando Garcia of sandiegoballers.com a non-profit group that scouts the talent in San Diego give his scouting report on the talented Mr. Stills.
"Kenny is a very fluid athlete with a fast twitch," Garcia said. "Even at full speed, he appears effortless. He pulls away from people and it doesn't look like he expending any effort. When you need a big play, you go to Kenny Stills."
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.