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Oklahoma wide receiver Kenny Stills is a big-play threat destined to immediately contribute at the pro level.
Stills registered 82 total receptions for 959 yards and 11 scores in the 2012 season, good enough to earn second team All-Big 12 honors en route to the 2013 NFL Draft.
He's considered physically unimpressive, but he's a talented route-runner and has keen ability to catch footballs. This is a feat difficult to accomplish for some Jets' receivers. (See Stephen Hill, Week 7.)
Stills has started every game since his true freshman season, demonstrating a strong aptitude to shred defenders. He recorded 61 receptions for 786 yards and five touchdowns in the Big 12 as an 18-year-old kid.
Stills is average-sized at best, checking-in at 6'1'' and 190 pounds. He's undoubtedly smashing the weight room, though, and his penchant for success is proof. He claims to be his toughest critic, labeling performances—such as his junior season when he racked-up eight scores on 61 catches—"subpar."
A player who acknowledges his own game play as dissatisfying is in possession of the greatest intangible necessary to compete: the willingness to work harder to succeed.
He's a receiver that boasts speed off the snap, able to get downfield quickly to create separation and give the quarterback a window of opportunity. He features premiere athletic ability, constantly making stellar catches look like no big deal.
Stills' most impressive intangible isn't related to athleticism or play-making ability though. Pro scouts have touted him as undersized and inconsistent on top of a DUI arrest in 2011. But those reports are missing what might be the most important talent he has going for him.
Stills has never considered himself to be good enough. He's a hard-working individual guaranteed to tear his heart out for whoever selects him in the draft.