Brad Mueller said while his upcoming decision between Wisconsin and Boston College has been very difficult on him, he's enjoying the process.
"It's exciting," Mueller said. "It's real tough, but it's a win-win situation. I'm just trying to get as much information as I can to make the right decision.
"My brother goes to Princeton and he got recruited big-time too. I rely on him and my parents the most."
Mueller said he was originally going to cross off Wisconsin and Boston College from his list of finalists when both schools' defensive backs coaches left the program.
Then he decided he was making his college choice based on the the school itself and not one assistant coach.
"I was going to take that into consideration, but now I can't. Both schools don't have one," Mueller said.
In Wisconsin's case, that could change, as soon as today.
"Wisconsin is supposed to be telling me by Monday who it is," Mueller said. "They weren't too sure, but they said they would probably have a coach by Monday. They might already have one and they are just waiting to tell people. Boston College isn't getting one until after (Signing Day)."
Mueller Still Torn
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