"It was unexplainable," Stills reported. "They lost a bunch of receivers and the receivers are a big part of their offense. They had two guys who went for over 1,000 yards last year and that is something that I would not mind being a part of."
Stills has clearly been impressed with the Sooner offense and he was glad that the coaches liked what they saw of him on film.
"They told me that they fell in love with the tape," Stills explained.
Stills is friends with fellow elite prospect Brennan Clay, a running back who lists OU in his top three, and they were even joking around at the LA Combine about going to the same school.
"I was throwing it out there with my boy Brennan Clay about us going to the same school," Stills said.
Stills is currently ranked as the #6 receiver prospect in the country by Scout.com and he backed up that ranking with a MVP performance at the combine in Los Angeles when he posted a 4.36 forty-yard dash.
"I would not say it was satisfying, but I will say that it was gratifying," Stills said of his MVP honors. "I have worked pretty hard to get myself in that position and it is gratifying that I have now proven it on a national level."
He plans to take all five official visits before making a final decision.
"I would not say that I would not commit early if it felt right n a visit, but I do not plan on taking any visits this summer," Stills began. "I want to, and I am pretty excited about taking all five of my official visits. I am excited to see what the Big 12 and the SEC is all about."
It also looks like OU will likely be one of his stops for an official visit, but he is not ruling out any of his Top 10 schools.
"I am real excited about it," Stills reported again on the OU offer. "And I can't wait to get out there."
As a 2008 junior, Stills helped lead Encinitas (Calif.) La Costa Canyon to the CIF-San Diego Section D-I championship, leading all of San Diego in receiving yards with 1,274 on 64 receptions and scored 16 touchdowns.