After a hard fought win, to the victor go the spoils. The axe once again belongs to Wisconsin. Brad…
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Jervontius Stallings profile "I had a good visit to Kentucky," said Stallings. "I liked it up there, but I am still open to pretty much anything right now. "I didn't talk with them about a commitment or anything like that, but they talked with my about what I could expect if I went there." The 'Cats are not the only SEC program that have been in Stallings' ear about joining their roster. "I have been talking with Mississippi State a lot," said Stallings. "I have talked with Coach (Geoff) Collins, Coach (John) Hevesy and Coach (Dan) Mullen this week. "They told me that they are excited about me coming in to visit this weekend. "It's been two years since I have been to Mississippi State, so I am ready to see what all they have done since I have been up there." The Pike County, Mississippi native will be back in his home state, but he will be on campus with several players from his adoptive home state of Alabama. "I am not sure who all is coming on the visit," said Stallings. "I know a couple of guys who are coming. "I know Deion (Calhoun) and Braxton (Hoyett). I know I am going to see them this weekend." The final weekend of the recruiting process, Stallings plans to take a trip out to see Boulder, Colorado. "I was supposed to be going to USM that weekend, but I decided that I wanted to go to Colorado," said Stallings. "I am still planning to take that visit." While Stallings is not ready to make a decision, he concedes that geography will be a factor in his decision. When that decision comes is still a matter of deliberation. The talented center had talked about a signing day announcement, but those plans are not set in stone. "I am not sure when I am going to decide to be honest," said Stallings. "I guess I will know when it's time, but I don't really have a plan to wait until signing day. "I am just not sure about all of that yet."
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