Ben Stille to likely decide within a month

Considered a strong Nebraska lean, Ashland-Greenwood 2016 prospect Ben Stille told The Bottom Line a decision will likely be coming by the end of June.

Appearing on the Omaha World Herald’s Bottom Line, Ashland-Greenwood (NE) high school 2016 prospect Ben Stille says he’s enjoying the recruiting process.

“I enjoy getting to see all the universities and getting a closer look on the Division 1 programs,” said Stille, who boasts offers from Nebraska, Iowa, Iowa State, Ohio, Vanderbilt, Wyoming, and Army.

A 6-foot-3, 225-pound prospect, Stille says he would prefer to play defensive end at the next level, but admits if he doesn’t get much bigger he could possibly be standing up at the next level.

“I would say I’m quick off the ball and aggressive and reckless,” said Stille.

Stille says it would be nice to be close to home and that a Husker offer was a dream come true from a childhood aspect.

The soon to be senior says he hopes to make a decision after summer camps and will be at Nebraska’s in early June.

For more from the interview, visit the Omaha World Herald’s Bottom Line podcast page: CLICK HERE


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