Pulley set to visit Louisville

Kentucky's Mr. Football, Curtis Pulley of Hopkinsville High School, is set to make an official visit to Louisville despite his commitment to Kentucky.

Of all the talk of in-state prospects that have verbally committed to Louisville possibly changing to Kentucky, it is now beginning to appear more likely that the opposite could occur.

Curtis Pulley, this year's Mr. Football winner verbally pledged to UK in late August, but now the quarterback/safety prospect is considering others.

"I'm going to visit Louisville on the 21st," Pulley told ITV. "I might go to Mississippi State, but I haven't set anything up yet."

While his commitment to Kentucky continues to sound firm, the 6-foot-2, 190-pound athlete says there is a chance that something could change his mind.

"Yes, there is a chance," said Pulley. "It's not a great chance right now though. The school would have to make a big impact on me during my visit for me to change my mind."

In addition to his visit with head coach Bobby Petrino during his visit to Louisville, Pulley will also be looking for team unity.

"I want to see how the coaches are, because that is important," explained the 1st Team All-State selection. "I also want to see how all the players get along."

As a senior at Hopkinsville, Pulley threw for 2,480 yards and 27 touchdowns, while also displaying his great athletic ability with 1,087 yards rushing and adding 18 more scores on the ground. He also recorded 4 interceptions, returning two for touchdowns.

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