And that might not be such a bad thing after a summer that featured so much to do;
"I went to a couple of small camps around here that my coach wanted me to go to," Stull told TheInsiders. "I also went to the Nike (Ohio State) camp, Michigan (1 on 1) camp, Michigan State camp, Bowling Green (Sr) camp, and I went to the Metro camp that held here in Pittsburgh (PA)."
"Our family is going to go see Ole Miss play this fall. We are working on our flight reservations right now. And I also need to go see Wisconsin and Bowling Green. We are still doing the recruiting thing."
Stull is a four star recruit according to TheInsiders Network and is Kentucky's number one prospect at quarterback. Contrary to what many people believe, Stull is extremely interested in the Wildcats. In addition to being the first school to offer Billy Stull, the Wildcats also were his first collegiate letter he ever received.
"I believe (UK) is on the rise," Stull said. "They are building a good program. When I went down there, you could tell they are trying to get their program back up. The players respond to their coaches. They have a good system. They have a lot of good offensive linemen too, as all of the big schools do."
The 6-foot-4 prospect also was complimentary of the Wildcats coaching staff and in particulary the coach that was recruiting him to Kentucky in Offensive Line coach Paul Dunn.
In response to which coach had made the biggest impact on Stull, the 190 pound signal caller stated emphatically, "I would have to say Coach Paul Dunn at Kentucky. He is a real genuine kind of guy. Real nice and friendly. We just kind of clicked."
The Kentucky offensive line coach has a very nice connection with Stull, being that current best friend and former roommate, Dan Marino, is Billy's hero and someone whom he models his game after.
One can only hope that the former Miami Dolphin great might lend a helping hand in getting the Keystone State star to Lexington.
"Definitely, football wise, you are going to have good competition at all of the big time programs. That will really not be a factor. Academics is going to play a big part. I want to look at their student/athlete graduation percentages."
Bill carries a 3.0 GPA and is waiting on his ACT result.