West Virginia Football DL Dante Stills Accepts Invite to East-West Shrine Bowl
Now that his illustrious career at West Virginia has ended, it’s all about the next level for Dante Stills. To that end, he will have a big opportunity to help showcase his skills before the NFL Draft.
Stills has accepted his invite to the iconic East-West Shrine Bowl. The bowl made this known on Twitter Wednesday morning. The Mountaineer legend played in his final game wearing the Old Gold and Blue in the season finale win over Oklahoma State.
TOUGH!😤@WVUfootball DT Dante Stills (@Dstills55) has accepted his invite to the 2023 East-West #ShrineBowl!#HailWV | #ShrineBowlRoadToVegas pic.twitter.com/VMFMan1O7L
— East-West Shrine Bowl (@ShrineBowl) November 30, 2022
Stills recorded 26 tackles, 13 of which were solo and 4.5 sacks during his final season at WVU in 2022. His 2021 campaign stands as his individually productive statistics wise, posting 36 tackles with 29 of them as solo tackles and a single-season best 7 sacks.
He set the WVU program record for tackles for a loss in his fives years as a Mountaineer towards the end of this season. Stills will join teammate wide receiver Bryce Ford-Wheaton in the East-West Shrine Bowl in January.