Since that time, the Bearcats have continued to be in regular contact with the in-state prospect, and Lisle was able to make the short trip over to Nippert Stadium this weekend to watch his first Cincinnati game in person.
"UC is close by, so we got there pretty early," Lisle said of his Saturday visit. "It's a really nice campus and I really like the atmosphere and how the crowd is close to the field. I'd have to say my favorite part was probably meeting the coaches and getting to see one of my former teammates who currently is a player there."
Lisle has formed a strong connection with Cincinnati coach Mark Elder, and he says that the two stay in contact on a regular basis.
"We have a good relationship. He's a really nice guy and I call him every other week or so just so he can keep tabs on me. He tells me there are good connections there and the football team has been at the top for awhile, so it would a really nice school for me to go to."
When all is said and done, Lisle will likely be one of the top prospects in the entire State of Ohio. He has already picked up a second scholarship offer from Boston College and it is likely that his recruitment will go late into the process. He already has visits to Michigan and Michigan State planned over Christmas Break, and he will continue to try to get around to as many schools as possible before making a decision.
Stay tuned for more on Lisle's recruitment.