Commitment Status:Signed LOI

Kenny Stills

Wide Receiver
Carlsbad, California
La Costa Canyon
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  • Ht:6'2"
  • Wt:175 lbs
  • 40:4.4 secs
  • Bench Max:255
  • Squat Max:375
  • Shuttle:4.33
  • Vertical:32 inches
  • Class:2010 (HS - December Grad)
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College Choices

School Interest Offer Visit Recruited by
OklahomaCOMMITTED (12/18/2009)Offered11/13/2009Jay Norvell
ArizonaNoneOfferedNoneJeff Hammerschmidt
Arizona St.NoneOfferedNoneBryce Erickson
Boise St.NoneOfferedNoneBrent Pease
CaliforniaNoneOfferedNoneKevin Daft
ColoradoNoneOfferedNoneEric Kiesau
FloridaNoneOffered11/27/2009Chuck Heater
Fresno St.NoneOfferedNoneKeith Williams
Miami (FL)NoneNoneTommie Robinson
MichiganNoneOffered11/20/2009Rod Smith
NebraskaNoneOfferedNoneRon Brown
N. Mex. St.NoneOfferedNone
Notre DameNoneNone
OregonNoneOfferedNoneScott Frost
Penn St.NoneOfferedNoneKermit Buggs
S. Diego St.NoneOfferedNoneLeCharls McDaniel
StanfordNoneOfferedNoneLance Anderson
UCLANoneOfferedNoneTim Hundley, Reggie Moore
USCNoneNoneJohn Morton
WashingtonNoneOfferedNoneJoel Thomas

Scouting Report on Kenny Stills

How we scouted: Film footage, In-person visits, Game setting, Campby Barry Every - 09/21/2009
  • SpeedDivision I Player
  • SizeDivision I Player
  • StrengthDivision I Player
  • AgilityBlue Chip
  • Ball SkillsBlue Chip
On the Hoof: Looks more like a soccer player than a football player on the hoof. Still is very lean in the upper body. He is built like Clemson receiver Marquan Jones.
Needs Improvement: Needs to add some size and strength in order to combat press coverage and improve his ability to win jump balls.
Most Impressive: He runs crisp routes and has some of the best hands in the entire country. Stills runs effortlessly and his deceptive speed allows him to run by defenders.
Conclusion: Receivers can have an earlier impact than most other positions and that should be true Stills’ case. He could project as a slot receiver or the deep-threat receiver once he gets stronger. He is already ahead of the game because of his prowess as a route runner and spider-web hands.

Barry Every is a Football Recruiting Analyst for Rivals.com. He has worked in the recruiting offices for Mark Richt at the University of Georgia, Bobby Bowden at Florida State University and Mack Brown at the University of North Carolina