"Will has an official visit set up with Illinois (12/6) right now." Said Dave Paul, the father of tight end, Will Paul.
"It looks like we'll visit Michigan the weekend after Illinois (12/13). We talked to coach Moeller over at Michigan and everything looks good for that weekend.
"We also spoke with coach Coz (Kevin Cosgrove) over at Wisconsin and working on a date for that official visit.
"Clemson is definitely going to get a visit, we just don't know when we'll visit. We visited Clemson during the summer and will really liked it.
"We're not sure if we'll make a fifth visit or not. Will has it pretty much narrowed down but there are still a lot of schools like Mississippi State who call out of the blue and offer a scholarship.
"Michigan, Clemson and Wisconsin have all said that Will can play on either side of the ball. Illinois likes him as a defensive end."
Paul, a 6-foot-4, 253-pounder, from St. Louis (MO) Parkway West is considered one of the "Top 100" prospects in the nation.
Will Paul sets two visits
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