The recruitment of St. Louis (Mo.) Cardinal Ritter cornerback/wide receiver Antonio Gully has really taken off within the last few months and the visits have begun.
Within the last month of so, the 6-foot, 175-pound Gully has seen the likes of Wisconsin and Nebraska on unofficial visits and came away impressed with both.
"Both of them were really good," Gully said. "The only difference between them would be the weather at Nebraska was a little better. But, they're both even right now along with the rest of the teams recruiting me."
Certain family members have been the biggest impact on Gully and his recruitment. Three teams are getting pushed pretty hard in this household.
"Well my brothers like Michigan, and my uncle likes Nebraska, and a few others like Wisconsin," Gully said. "I get to hear what's good about all of those schools from them. My family is definitely helping the most with all of this."
As for a decision, that looks to be sooner than later.
"I'm going to narrow down my list first and then by the end of the summer I should have my decision ready," he said.