Devon J. Still (born July 11, 1989) is an American football defensive tackle for the Penn State Nittany Lions. He is considered one of the best defensive tackle prospects for the 2012 NFL Draft.. Devon Still won the Big Ten Defensive Player of the year, only the second Defensive Tackle to win the award alongside former teammate Jared Odrick. He was named to multiple First Team All American teams, and was a finalist for the Outland and Bendarik trophies.
His cousins, Art Still and Levon Kirkland, played in the NFL.
Devon Still, DE/DT, Penn State
Height: 6-5. Weight: 311.
Projected 40 Time: 5.03.
Projected Round (2012): 1.
12/21/11: Still has had a superb senior season. He has been a playmaker and the leader of the Penn State defense. Still posesses good size, surprising speed and real power. He played Alabama tough early this season. For the season, Still has 55 tackles with 17 tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks, a pass batted away and a forced fumble. Penn State's last two regular season games, against Ohio State and Wisconsin, were his worst showings of the year, but he'll get a chance to show his pass rushing skills against Houston on January 2nd.
Entering the NFL, Still has an excellent combination of power, speed and athleticism. He beats offensive linemen with strength as well as quickness. Still has the versatility to play the three technique or nose tackle in a 4-3 defense. He also could be a 3-4 defensive end. from Walterfootball
Art Still was a fan favorite in Kansas City. Ask Satch :) this dude has the bloodlines, the connections, and the skill to possibly be a great 3-4 Defensive End for our hometown Kansas City Chiefs.
Has improved his overall pad level as a senior and has been much more balanced and consistent staying on his feet because if it. Displays some developing pass rushing skills, used his hands much better toward the end of the year in order to defeat blocks and has the size to anchor on the edge and two gap on the outside.
Interested, in another 3-4 Defensive End 1st round Pick Kansas City?