Pulley, who roomed with friend and U of L commit Lamar Alston, was hosted by Michael Bush. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound athlete said that he enjoyed his entire visit, but that one aspect of it stood out above the rest.
"I probably liked just hanging out with the players the most," Pulley said of his visit. "It was pretty fun to hang out and get to know them."
On Sunday morning, Pulley spent a few minutes with Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino.
"It went pretty good," explained the All-State performer. "We talked about the offense and how they would use me."
As was the case with Michael Bush just two years ago, Pulley is also a type of prospect that could play effectively on either side of the ball. However, it appears that Petrino hopes to utilize him on the offensive side of the ball.
"That where he said that he wants me," Pulley said.
Desite his verbal commitment to Kentucky in August, Pulley now needs to spend time with his family to discuss which school would better suit his goals for college.
"I don't know right now," said Pulley of his eventual college destination. "I just need to go home and think about it for awhile."
One thing that does seem to provide a substanial advantage for the Cardinals is their recent on the field success.
"I could win a lot more games at Louisville and that's a pretty big factor," Pulley said.
Now, as for Sunday's NFL Conference Championship games?
"I think Atlanta and Pittsburgh will win," said Pulley.