Heels offer another Penn. prospect

The North Carolina coaching staff has once again traveled out-of-state – again to Pennsylvania -- in hopes of landing a top prospect. This time the target is Pittsburgh (Penn.) Seton-LaSalle signal caller Bill Stull, who now has an offer from the Tar Heels.

Stull, who is one of four prospects from the Keystone State with a UNC offer, also holds offers from Akron and Kentucky. He is open to see what the Tar Heels have to offer, and plans to visit soon.

"My one coach, Coach Damon, told me that one of the (UNC) coaches said if I came down and they got me alone that I wouldn't be coming back," stated Stull. "We were going to go next weekend, but I heard that the head coach wasn't going to be there. So right now we're not sure when, but will visit."

With it being so early in the process, Stull claims a very large favorites list. However, he does plan to narrow things down dramatically following his senior season.

"Ohio State, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Michigan, West Virginia, Pitt and then the schools that have offered me [see above list]," remarked Stull who grew up a big Buckeyes fan. "Carolina's chances are definitely pretty high, because they were among the first that have offered. That counts for a lot."

On his way to earning first team Class AA All-Century Conference honors, Stull completed 60.2 percent of his passes (154/256), while passing for 2,262 yards and 22 touchdowns. Although a pocket style quarterback, Stull is able to run when needed, as proven by his four rushing touchdowns.

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