"The visit went pretty good," Pulley said. "We were just hanging out with the players and the people. It was a real good time and definitely got me thinking about stuff.
Pulley, who currently has a visit scheduled to Louisville in January, was asked if his visit had made him re-consider: "I still don't know what I am gonna do. It's still up in the air."
Asked where his commitment to the University of Kentucky was on a scale of 1-10, Pulley said: "About a nine."
"The thing I like about Kentucky is the players that are going to be there and the coaching staff," Pulley stated. "UK is only three hours away. Also, my teammate from last year (DE Ricky Abren) goes there and we're really close."
Pulley also said he likes Kentucky because of futrue offensive coordiantor Joker Phillips and the offense system they are set to be implementing next fall.
"I roll out of the pocket and can throw on the run. I'm like a Mike Vick and am really mobile. I want to improve my accuracy throwing and have a quicker release."
Last season, as a junior, Pulley ran for almost 1200 yards and 18 touchdowns and passed for an additional 2200 yards and 23 touchdowns. Among the many pre-season accolades he has earned is be ranked among the Top 100 players by Tom Lemming and ESPN.
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