Quarterback Bill Stull was scheduled to take an official visit to to Ole Miss for their game against Auburn over the weekend, but he had a change of plans.
"We had some family stuff that we had to deal with so we decided not to make the trip," said Stull. "I'm not absolutely sure if I'll reschedule the trip, but I think so. I would like to get down there at some point."
The 6-foot-2, 181-pound passer from Pittsburgh (Pa.) Seton-Lasalle is still showing a lot of interest in Kentucky, Ole Miss, and some other mid-majors that have offered. Some other schools have been getting involved recently.
"I've been hearing more from LSU, Florida State, UCLA and Maryland in the past couple of weeks," he said. "Ole Miss has a coach coming by my school this Friday, and I'm going to know if Maryland will offer me or not on Friday as well."
Seton-Lasalle is 10-0 on the year and is one game into the playoffs.
"We came out a little slow in the first half. It had been raining all day and I don't think we were all really into it like we should have been. But we came out of the locker room in the second half and just starting pounding them. Hopefully we'll carry that over into our next game."