Quarterback Bill Stull of Pittsburgh (Pa.) Seton-Lasalle is one of the hottest prospects in the Keystone State early in this recruiting season. While he's been receiving attention for quite a while, only recently has he started to see so many offers.
The 6-foot-2, 182-pound passer is more of a traditional signal-caller, preferring to drop back, make reads and distribute the ball to backs and receivers. His accuracy, arm strength and ability to read defenses make him one of the top quarterbacks in the region.
"I have offers from Kentucky, Duke, North Carolina, Bowling Green, Miami of Ohio and Indiana," said Stull. "Kentucky was the first to offer, but I'm really looking at all those schools right now. I'll be receptive to anyone willing to offer me or show interest in me, so I know there's a long way to go."
Stull will be visiting or camping at Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame and possibly several other schools over the next couple of months in an effort to boost his stock, which already seems to be soaring.
"I just want to get my name out there as much as possible you know? I'm real happy with the offers I have, but I want to make sure everyone knows about me before I make a decision. I don't have a specific date or month for when I'm going to try to decide. It will probably be more of gut feeling type of thing."
As a junior Stull completed 61-percent of his passes for 2,262 yards with 22 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.