Stills Becomes Consensus All-American

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia defensive lineman Darius Stills became just the 12th player in program history to get selected as a consensus All-American on Friday.

Stills becomes the first Mountaineer to earn the honor in 14 years, when center Dan Mozes and running back Steve Slayton made the team.

Stills’ unbelievable achievement was certainly earned.

The senior from Fairmont Senior High School tallied 25 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks and an interception this season for head coach Neal Brown and the Mountaineers.

He also becomes the third Mountaineers’ football player born in the state of West Virginia to be named a consensus All-American joining Ira Errett Rodgers and Bruce Bosley in 1919 and 1955, respectively.


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