Quarterback Bill Stull out of Pittsburgh (Pa.) Seton-LaSalle has offers from a handful of schools and is continuing to see more interest from bigger programs due to a strong season.
The 6-foot-2, 181-pound prospect has received offers from Kentucky, North Carolina, Wisconsin and all of the MAC schools. Other schools that are still showing a strong interest include LSU, Florida State and Ole Miss.
It’s obvious why so many schools are showing an interest in the quarterback, because this season Stull has thrown for 2,710 yards and 35 touchdowns while rushing for four touchdowns. He helped Seton-LaSalle reach the semifinals and they have a shot at the league title.
Head coach Lou Cerro said of this season, “Our team is playing great and Bill is having an unbelievable year and he’s making all the right decisions.”
So far Stull has not scheduled any official visits, but Cerro said, “December is going to be a pretty telling month on what he’ll do. Since his performance this year, interest is really starting to pick up.”
So who is Stull favoring so far?
“Probably Kentucky because they’ve been on him pretty hard since day one," said Cerro. "They're recruiting him the hardest."