That's just another of many trips that Stills will be taking in the coming months.
Stills is scheduled to visit Penn State on November 7th when they host Ohio State, Oklahoma on November 14th when they welcome in Texas A&M and then Florida on November 28th when Florida State comes to town.
The visits to national programs are all a part of Stills' plan.
"I'm taking all of my visits out-of-state," said Stills. "I want to take good trips with good games for the full experience."
"I can go to Cal, USC and UCLA unofficially and go see games so I'll probably do that," said Stills.
Stills is also working on narrowing his group of schools down to a smaller list.
"I'll release that real soon," said Stills.
In the meantime, Stills has added a new offer, from Oregon, his 16th offer, and still more schools could be offering come fall.
But those schools will need to get a move on it, because Stills has targeted a decision date.
"I want to decide by early December," said Stills.
A Scout 100 member, Stills was the MVP of the Los Angeles Scout.com Combine. Stills helped lead 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. He was named First Team All-State Underclass by GoldenStatePreps.com.
He and La Costa Canyon will begin defense of their CIF-San Diego Section title on September 4th when they host Salinas HS.