Stull (6-3, 190, 4.68) said he enjoyed the chance to hone his talents and throw to some of the Midwest's top wide receiver prospects.
"It was fun," Stull said. "I thought with the actual throwing I felt real good. We threw to receivers on air and then we did one-on-ones with the DBs. The one-on-ones were the best."
During the drills portion of the camp, Stull joined the other quarterbacks in an intricate footwork drill. It was so involved that hardly any of these prep standout quarterbacks made it through the drill without incurring the wrath of a certain coach.
"That guy brings the best out of you," Stull said, laughing.
Stull had been to Ohio State before, attending camp there last year. But he took note of the two new synthetic practice fields, one inside and one outside.
"That was awesome," he said.
Stull began his prep career at Mount Lebanon before transferring to Seton-LaSalle before his sophomore year. He became the starter this past year and completed 61 percent of his passes (154 of 256) for 2,262 yards and 22 touchdowns.
He will be a busy man this spring and early summer. He will attend the Elite 11 tryout May 7 at Georgia Tech. Then, he will participate in the Metro Index camp May 16-19 at the Pittsburgh Steelers complex. Next will be the Big K Recruiting Camp May 21-22. He said he may also attend a session of the OSU camp in June and will also attend the Pittsburgh passing camp with members of his team.
Stull has offers from Kentucky, North Carolina and Akron.
When asked about his favorites, he said, "Definitely the schools that have offered me, plus Ohio State and Michigan State. Michigan is coming (today) to my school. I would also say Ole Miss and Maryland. I'm probably going to Maryland next weekend. Plus, West Virginia, Pitt and Iowa are also in there.
"I get letters from Ohio State and stuff like that. I think their coaches have talked to my coaches before. (OSU quarterbacks coach Joe) Daniels talked to one of our assistants."
Stull holds a 2.7 GPA and will take the SAT June 5.