October 1, 2009
Stills: 'Oklahoma has to be No. 1'
For all of the success in Oklahoma's class of 2010 perhaps no other question remains more unresolved than what type of talent Oklahoma will bring in at the wide receiver position. No current Sooner pass-catching target seems any more realistic for Oklahoma than Carlsbad (Calif.) La Costa Canyon four-star Kenny Stills.
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound San Diego area star has already worked out his official visit to Oklahoma and has become quite serious about the possibility of playing with Rivals100 running back and good friend Brennan Clay.
Recently Sooner fans read an interview that left Oklahoma out of his talk of visit plans, however Stills said that was simply a reality of the interview process.
"You know how that goes, (reporters) ask questions about any subject and I give them the answer. I just told them what was on my mind when he asked. I'm sure Oklahoma wasn't brought up and that's why they weren't mentioned there," Stills said.
One school that had never been left out of the running was Penn State but while Oklahoma seems to have nothing to worry about in spite of not being mentioned, the Nittany Lions and Stills may be on the verge of going their separate ways.
"I've been talking to Penn State. They told me their spots are filling up and it's not looking like they are going to have a spot for me," he said somewhat surprisingly. "They might not have a spot left. I'm not going to be mad about it. Either way I'm glad they handled it correct, it's both of our loss but there is nothing I can do about it, I respect their program and the way they go about it."
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