Quarterback Bill Stull has had Kentucky atop his list of favorites for quite some time now, but there are other schools starting to make a push to get involved.
"I'm planning on taking an official visit to Kentucky this weekend," said Stull. "Since they were the first school to offer and they've been recruiting me hard all along, I'd still put them at No. 1. I've built good relationships with the coaches and I'm still very interested in the program.
"There are some others that are getting involved too. I've liked Florida State and Maryland for a little while now, and South Carolina, NC State and LSU are starting to get show a little more interest in me. The offensive line coach at South Carolina was at Ole Miss, and he's kept his relationship up with me since he's moved over. I know he's a good guy, so I'm interested in them as well."
Stull also plans on taking an official visit to Maryland on Dec. 17, but hasn't set up any more trips yet.
"I don't have any others set up besides UK and Maryland, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to be taking others. I'm not sure how the scheduling will work, but I would like to visit some of these other schools. After I'm done with official visits I think I'll be ready to make a decision. But that might not be for a while, if I end up deciding to go to other schools."
In his senior campaign Stull completed 239-of-387 passes for 3,310 yards, 40 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. He also rushed for six touchdowns.