Those previous plans have remained unchanged.
"Oh yeah, that's definitely still on," Stevens said on Sunday. "I'm going to their one day camp on June 10."
With scholarship offers from Akron, Ball State, Bowling Green and most recently Western Michigan already in hand, Stevens is hitting the camp circuit in hopes of collecting even more. Stevens hopes his performance at U of L's Senior Day camp is enough to draw an offer from head coach Steve Kragthorpe.
"I'm going to a host of camps, but if I get an offer from Louisville then there will only be one or two others that I'd still do," Stevens said, adding that he currently remains open to any school. "Louisville and Michigan are pretty high up there, but I'm open to everyone really."
In addition to making unofficial visits during the early part of spring, which also included stops at Cincinnati, Illinois, Purdue and Vanderbilt, Stevens has also kept busy during the off season participating in his team's weight lifting program and as a member of his school's track team.
"I'm just finishing up track," Stevens said. "I actually just qualified for regionals in both the shot put and discuss."