Quarterback Bill Stull has his mind on the big game awaiting his Pittsburgh (Pa.) Seton-LaSalle team in the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Class AA championship, even with more and more colleges showing interest.
“I’m trying to put all my energy into being ready for this game which is tough if you are thinking about recruiting, too,” said Stull, who needs just 128 yards to become the first WPIAL player to reach 3,000 yards passing. “More schools are showing interest. Florida State, LSU, Michigan, and UCLA are there, and I’m still looking at Kentucky, North Carolina and Ole Miss. I don’t really have a leader. It would be hard to have one at this point.”
Wisconsin in out of the Stull hunt, he said.
Stull, who is ranked the No. 11 pro-style quarterback in the country by Rivals.com, said he’ll set up visits after the season, which means after a big matchup of two undefeated teams with Seton-LaSalle taking on Aliquippa at Heniz Field.
“They are a great team and we’ll have to be ready,” Stull said. “Playing in Heniz Field is a great experience.”
Stull has 36 passing touchdowns and six rushing TDs in 12 games this season. He has completed 209 of 332 passes.