Strengths: What jumps off the bat from watching his film is instantly his size. Still has the frame in my opinion to compete at the college level, but has soft hands and catches everything in his direction. He knows how to use that size to his advantage and out jumps the defender and attacks the ball at it’s highest point. I think the most impressive part of his game was actually his field awareness and being able to come down with the ball inbounds with not much room to work with. There were quite a few passes I saw his quarterback throw to the back of the endzone and Still concentrated on getting both his feet down and securing the catch completely.
Weaknesses: I gave Gopher commit, LA WR Hunter Register an area of improvement I would like to see in the speed department, Still has that same issue. However, both of them are neither are not fast, but I wouldn’t consider them blazers by any means. Anything, I want to see is how he would do against a physical and aggressive corner. In most of his film, I didn’t see anyone try to press him or jam him up at the line of scrimmage. He has a lot of soft coverage and took it to the opponent, but how would he do against the physical brand of defenses around the Big Ten? Time will tell.Overall Take: I think this might be their biggest steal of the class. Still is very under the radar, but his college ready body and skill-set, I could see him get some game action his freshman season. The Gophers definitely added size on the outside with Register at 6-3 and now Still at 6-5. Minnesota is bringing athleticism and length on the outside and that should hopefully make Leidner’s job easier.