Devon Still Looks Forward to Official Visits

Defensive end/offensive lineman Devon Still (6-5, 250, 4.9), from Howard High School in Wilmington (Del.) has visited Penn State in the spring, and Michigan and Ohio State on a summer trip. He has also planned his first official visit.

Devon Still Profile

Delaware defensive end/offensive lineman Devon Still told GoBlueWolverine that he has a top four, of "Michigan, Miami, Penn State, and Ohio State."

And as far as official visits in the fall, he told GoBueWolverine, "I'm not sure yet. I haven't set any dates yet. I'm planning on doing that later this month."

And with Allen Wallace of SuperPrep he broke things down further, saying he now favors Miami and Ohio State over Michigan, Penn State and Florida State (no offer).

"I didn't visit Miami this month, so I am going to take my first official visit there in September. They have a good football program because they put a lot of players in the draft. Plus, I like the setting of beaches and a warm temperature," he said.

"Ohio State has always been a good program with great linemen. I visited in the beginning of June and their facilities are really nice. I like Miami and Ohio State more because they produce a lot of defensive linemen for the NFL," Still said.

"Michigan helps their athletes (with tutoring) through college academics so they can graduate and get a job if football doesn't work out. I like the football program and their style of play because they let their defensive linemen loose to get after the quarterback. I also have family in Michigan," Still said.

"I went to Junior Day at Penn State in the spring. That's when I met (defensive line) coach, (Larry) Johnson. I like him a lot because he pushes me hard, on and off the field.

"Florida State said they were going to offer over the phone, but they haven't yet. They got my transcripts and now they are recruiting me harder. If they offer they would make my top five," he said.

"I may set up more official visits later this month. I won't commit until the end or after the season, because I want to see how everybody does."

Still reports a 2.8 core GPA and a 920 SAT.

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