Ready to take his first trip this weekend, St. Louis (Mo.) Cardinal Ritter cornerback Antonio Gully was supposed to make a trip this weekend to Illinois but plans changed.
His SAT was to be taken this weekend, so the 6-foot, 175-pound Gully had to change things up to visit Illinois on Oct. 29 instead. With his first visit approaching, the coaches are excited to get him up there.
"They call all the time and they just tell me that they can't wait for me to come," Gully said. "I'm really looking forward to it."
With Wisconsin coming up after that, Gully is not setting his expectations too high about his visits.
"I'm not expecting anything and I'm staying wide open," Gully said. "I just want to have a good time on my visits and see what the colleges have to offer me. I haven't even started thinking about any other trips after those."
As for favorites, things have changed.
"I'm pretty wide open now," Gully said. "I had a top three, but I'm keeping things open to everyone right now."
Gully, the No. 14 rated player in Missouri, wants to have his decision made by the end of December or early January.