Worthington Kilbourne (Ohio) junior Liam McCullough has picked up offers from Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin. In the middle of February, the long snapper added his fourth offer to his list.
"This past Saturday when I went to Kentucky's Junior Day they offered me," he said. "I had been talking to coach (Bradley Dale) Peveto since the summer, but the offer was a surprise to me. It felt great getting it. I'm very grateful and humbled to be offered as a long snapper, a position where scholarships are rare," said McCullough.
McCullough adds that it was extra special having the offer come from the SEC.
"It's very exciting. The SEC is one of the strongest conferences in college football and having the option of being a part of it is very exciting," he said.
Next up, the long snapper will be hitting the road to see some of his schools of interest.
"I will be going back to Kentucky for a visit and the Spring game, I'll be going to Michigan State for a Spring practice and I will be going to Ohio State soon as well," he said.
Stay with Scout for the latest on McCullough and the rest of the Class of 2015.
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