July 28, 2009

Four-star sets two visits

Ever since four-star wide receiver, Kenny Stills (6-2, 175, 4.4) from Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon blew up the NIKE Camp in Los Angeles where he was the camp wide receiver MVP everybody knew he was one of the best football players in the Golden State for the class of 2010. Now after his performance in Florida while representing the western states in a national passing league championship, people found out what a great leader he is.

"My team got smashed the first game and everybody came to the shade with a heavy head," Stills said. "I always try to have a smile on my face and I got my team back together and got their spirits up.

"I told them that we have a few games left and that we just have to make our way back to the championship game," Stills said. "We ended up doing that and making our way there; we killed teams to the championship game.

"It was crazy out there," Stills said. "We had a great time."

The talented wide receiver doesn't have a lot of time to spare since he's going to be a December graduate so once the talented wide receiver came back home, he started getting busy setting up his visits and he has two official visits on his docket.

"When I came home I sat down, looked at my calendar and decided this was best time for me to go visit Florida (November 28th), this was a game (Florida/FSU) that I wanted to see, so I set that visit up," Stills said. "And just right now, I set up my second official visit Oklahoma (November 14th) when the Sooners take on Texas A&M.

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