Lunt tour winding down

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Lunt tour winding down

It appears Wes Lunt is nearing a decision about what he wants to do with the rest of his college football career.

The Rochester product, who announced he was transferring from Oklahoma State two weeks ago, visited Illinois last week and plans to visit Louisville early next week, Rochester football coach Derek Leonard said Thursday.

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Leonard said after the visit to Louisville, Lunt likely will either choose Illinois or Louisville or plan to appeal a decision by Oklahoma State that banned him from picking Southern Mississippi, Tennessee or Vanderbilt, three other schools he was considering, according to several reports.

Lunt — the 2011 News-Gazette All-State Player of the Year who threw for 1,108 yards, six touchdowns and seven interceptions in six games last fall for the Cowboys — led Rochester to two state titles at Memorial Stadium in a high school career that saw the 19-year-old throw for 3,739 yards, 36 touchdowns and three interceptions in his senior season with the Rockets.

 

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