No. 10: Kenny Stills

Oklahoma wide receiver Kenny Stills is the 10th ranked player in the Metronews preseason Big 12 player rankings.

Stills was one of the top receivers in the nation during high school and this year has a chance to be one of the top receivers in the nation. During his freshman season, he received multiple Freshman All-American honors.

In just two seasons at Oklahoma Stills has over 120 receptions and over 1,600 receiving yards. The California native has already cracked the Top 10 on the Sooners’ career receiving yards list. With Ryan Broyles leaving for the NFL, Stills will be the top target for senior quarterback Landry Jones.

Whether or not he leaves early for the NFL Draft, Stills will go down as one of the top receivers in Oklahoma history.

Top 25: 

 

No. 25 – Darwin Cook, Safety, WVU

No. 24 – Gabe Ikard, Offensive Lineman, Oklahoma

No. 23 – Lane Taylor, Offensive Lineman, Oklahoma State

No. 22 – Tom Wort, Linebacker, Oklahoma

No. 21 – Waymon James, Running Back, TCU

No. 20 – Seth Doege, Quarterback, Texas Tech

No. 19 – Ben Habern, Center, Oklahoma

No. 18 – Casey Pachall, Quarterback, TCU

No. 17 – Stansly Maponga, Defensive End, TCU

No. 16 – Arthur Brown, Linebacker, Kansas State

 

No. 15 – A.J. Klein, Linebacker, Iowa State

 

No. 14 – Jake Knott, Linebacker, Iowa State

 

No. 13 – Stedman Bailey, Receiver, WVU

 

No. 12 – Brodrick Brown, Cornerback, Oklahoma State


No. 11 – Nigel Malone, Cornerback, Kansas State


No. 10 – Kenny Stills, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma






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