"Just got my first scholarship offer from South Dakota," the junior announced on his Twitter page.
A true dual-threat, Stick (4.67 forty), rushed for 515 yards last season, finding the end zone 14 times. Sporting a 60 percent completion rate with another 16 passing touchdowns, the 2014 prospect might be the biggest offensive threat in the state.
"I'm a competitor, so sometimes it's scary running around making plays," said Stick in a previous article with Big Red Report. "I think I'm a good leader and am able to make plays with my feet. I can keep plays going and am pretty good at throwing on the run.
The Jays finished 8-4 last season, losing to state runner-up Omaha North in the playoffs. With Stick returning in 2013, Creighton Prep is geared for a state title run.