Wilstead hoping to create buzz

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The most notable school to offer Utah-based quarterback Kody Wilstead is also a school in flux. The 2015 three-star prospect picked up an offer from Louisville before the coaching turnover began.
This, of course, has the potential to create a problem. Wilstead hasn't heard a peep from the Cardinals since former head coach Charlie Strong left his post for Texas.
And the new staff in town? That's still being formed. For now, waiting is the only option.
"I wasn't talking much with Coach Strong when I was down there," Wilstead said. "My recruitment is more about Coach (Shawn) Watson, the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He's the one I talk with. He emails me and emails my mom every so often."
Wilstead, who holds a total of three scholarship offers, has no plans for unofficial visit at the moment but says he may make some in the near future. San Diego State and Southern Utah join the Cardinals on his offer list.
Which school may be next to make things official, however, is a subject that Wilstead shies away from discussing at length. Anything he says on that front would just be a guess, so he stays modest in that respect.
"I'm just getting the letters that they send," he said. "I just get a lot of them from a lot of places, so it's hard to tell who is serious and who is not. Louisville and San Diego State are probably most serious, but they already offered."
Wilstead, a 6-foot-6 pro-style passer, has drawn wide-ranging interest despite not hitting the camp circuit a year ago. He plans to travel to national-level events for the first time this offseason.
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