Not that he hasn't been in the past, because in July he sent me this message, "SC is my school," he said. "dbaxx (Dillon Baxter) stayed at my crib the other night". We kept quiet on that topic because Stills wanted to take a look at other schools.
Baxter, who verbally committed to USC after the 2008 Rising Stars Camp, and Stills are very close friends.
But that isn't the only reason Stills wants to attend USC and he harbors no hard feeling after he was told USC didn't have a spot for him at the time they did.
"USC is where I want to be," said Stills. "I just wanted to see a few other schools and didn't make it clear that I wanted to be a Trojan?"
"I want to be at USC and if they offer late in the process, I won't look at that as a negative issue, and won't have an attitude that they have burned their bridges," said Stills in a revealing reply.
It's no secret Stills wants to be a Trojan, it's up to USC to find a spot for him.
We'll continue to speak to Stills every week and provide updates on where he's at with recruiting, and if USC renews its interest in the talented wide receiver.