Four-star fullback Quentin Castille appeared to be solid with his commitment to Nebraska that he made in early September. However, he surprised many people with a surprise official visit this weekend to a distant school.
The La Porte, Texas star took an official visit to Louisville this weekend and that has apparently shaken things up with his recruiting process. Now, the nation's No. 2 rated fullback is looking at not just one team but two.
"Louisville was pretty nice," Castille said. "They made me feel really comfortable there and I got a chance to see Michael Bush. It was a pretty good trip for me. I didn't think they had a big time program but they really do.
"Right now, Louisville and Nebraska are like even. I did tell Nebraska that I was visiting Louisville this weekend and they told me to just make the best decision for myself – so they were okay about it."
Up to this point, Castille has only been on one other visit. That was an unofficial trip to Texas A&M, but the talented Lone Star prospect claimed that was just to watch Nebraska take on the Aggies.
This visit was different.
"The only thing that I'm trying to figure out is that Nebraska is recruiting a lot of running backs and that had me upset a little bit," Castille said. "I haven't had a chance to talk to them about all that, but I will do that soon
"I want to come in and play and [Nebraska] told me that they want me to compete as a freshman, but all these running backs coming in has me confused. Louisville is really waiting on me at the running back spot."
Castille doesn't intend on letting things go that long. He says he'll make his final decision on where he's going for sure in the next week or so.
"It won't be long," Castille said. "I'll make a final decision on it pretty soon. Right now, I don't plan on taking any more visits. I'm just weighing my options."