Hoosiers do some catching up with Gully

Going into his official visit to Indiana St. Louis (Mo.) Cardinal Ritter defensive back Antonio Gully seemed to be favoring Illinois and Wisconsin. That may not neccessarily be the case anymore.
"It was pretty nice," Gully said when asked about his visit to Bloomington. "They have some down to earth players there. Some real normal guys. Everybody is friends down there. It's a nice environment."
Gully thinks the football program is headed in the right direction too.
"The football team is on the rise," he said. "They are rebuilding. I think I would have a chance to go in and play."
Gully has visited Indiana and Illinois. When asked if he has a favorite, he said, "no comment."
Gully plans to take at least one more trip.
"I have Wisconsin next weekend," he said. "It's pretty much down to those three, and Missouri on the outside.
"Hopefully I'll decide before January. I'll decide when I feel I have the school I want to go to."
The 6-foot-0 and 175 pound Gully intercepted nine passes during his senior season just as he did his junior year. Gully is the No. 14 prospect in the state of Missouri in the player rankings.