Northern Illinois and North Dakota offered scholarships and Kulon also received the Ivy League equivalent of an offer from Harvard.
"At first, I was speechless," he said of the offers, "because I didn't believe it. When I sat down with the coach from NIU and they told me they were giving me a full ride, it felt like my dreams were coming true."
Kulon says he is definitely considering the Huskies.
"I've been there twice. I really like it down there. The coaches are awesome. I talked to some of the guys they seem really cool. The stadium is awesome, the campus is beautiful. They're building a big new addition and everything's falling into place down there."
Then there are several other programs who are continuing to show interest.
As for summer camps, Kulon will wait to decide which he will attend, as he wants to see which schools come by and show more attention during the contact period. Currently, Northern Illinois is the only school who has said they will be in.
Then there is his future position, which could go any number of ways.
"North Dakota talked to me about being an offensive lineman and NIU talked to me about being a defensive end or tight end."