BREAKING: Darius Stills Makes Decision on NFL Draft

Schuyler Callihan

The Mountaineers have just been awarded some good news as junior defensive lineman Darius Stills has opted to forgo the 2020 NFL Draft and return to West Virginia for his senior season. Stills took to social media to make his announcement.

Stills finished the 2019 season with 43 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss (T-4th in Big 12) and seven sacks (T-3rd in Big 12). Had Stills declared for the draft this year, he would be looking at being selected in the later rounds. It's not because he isn't talented enough, but more so because scouts want to see him prove himself for a second straight year while being a little undersized according to most draft experts. By returning, he could raise his draft stock to become a mid-rounds selection in the 2021 NFL Draft.

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Christopher Hall
Christopher Hall

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If the defense builds on what they finished the season on, they can potentially be the best in the Big 12

Bruno33
Bruno33

I think he will be very glad he made that decision. I really think he has the potential to reach the second round after next year.

Samuelbrownmd
Samuelbrownmd

What a Stud! Rockin physical ability and smart! Killer move! Mark my words —He will be a first round choice after next season! Proud of em!!!


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