Stills has competitive fire

Four-star wide receiver/defensive back Kenny Stills (6-1.5, 175, 4.36) from Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon has shown his competitive fire by taking on all challenges this spring and he has stood out at every camp he's competed at. He was the NIKE Camp wide receiver MVP back in April things, like his speed, have been moving fast ever since.
Still is going to slow things down on the camp schedule and will only be competing at two more. They are USC's Rising Stars Camp and B2G Camp at the end of the month.
The talented speedster now has 13 offers on the table from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington, Penn State, San Diego State, Boise State, Fresno State, New Mexico State and Colorado.

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When you have an impressive list like Stills does, it may take some doing to narrow things down, but Stills is already thinking of a timeframe in which to narrow things down some.
"By the end of the summer, I hope to have a top 10 list of colleges," Stills said. "Then I will figure out what schools to visit officially and what schools I can visit unofficially. I think every school is about even now. Like I said, by the end of the summer, I'm going to narrow things down."
USC was one of Stills most recent offers and he was pleased with the offers arrival.
"When I received the USC offer, I felt like I accomplished something," Stills said. "They are picky on who they offer and I feel I'm in an elite group."
UCLA also has a secret weapon that is helping the Bruin cause.
"I have a good relationship with Rick Neuheisel," Stills said. "I talk to him a lot. When Paul Richardson de-committed, it opened things up in the eyes of receivers."
In an earlier interview Rolando Garcia of sandiegoballers.com a non-profit group that scouts the talent in San Diego, he gave the following scouting report on 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."
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.