"It Was Awesome"

Pittsburgh's top quarterback, Bill Stull was in Lexington this weekend for an official visit. See what he had to say about Kentucky ...

"It was awesome," Bill Stull said about his official visit trip to Kentucky this weekend. "The main reason why I came was to see the coaches and the players and how they treated each other."

Asked what stood out about his visit to Kentucky: "The players - I met some awesome guys this weekend, one in particular, Dicky Lyons (chuckles). We hung out a lot. I got his number so I now can call him throughout the week if I have questions. All the guys were pretty cool."

"I felt very comfortable," Stull added. "One thing that was really cool was a lot of (the players) told me that even if I didn't come (to UK), they would still want me to come visit them and party with them."

With the announcement of Joker Phillips to offensive coordinator, Stull was looking forward to seeing what the former recruiting coordinator had to say about the offense.

"Basically, I did all the chalk-talk," Stull said. "He wanted to know what I knew. He wanted to know my offense in high school. He told me that it was basically the same offense they run, but different verbage."

Stull for the season, completed 239 of 387 for 3310 yards and 40 touchdown's. He also rushed for 6 scores, while completing 62% of his passes in 2004.

"We took a tour of the campus, went to the girls' game and they were killing someone by 50 points, when we got there," Stull stated. "Other then that, we were just hanging out with the players and playing Madden at some of the players houses."

Stull is currently mulling offers from schools across the midwest, including his most recent offer and the Wildcats top competition - Maryland.

"I'll have a decision after I take all my visits," Stull said. "If Maryland is my last visit, then I will have a decision after then. We'll see what happens. Right now, I am still scheduled to go to Maryland next weekend."

Stull finished his season as the first quarterback in WPIAL history to pass for over 3,000 yards - a statistic even Joe Namath, Johnny Unitas, Dan Marino, Mark Bulger and a host of other great quarterbacks could not do.

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