Wes Lunt to visit Louisville
Former Oklahoma State sophomore quarterback Wes Lunt, who announced that he would transfer from the Cowboys this spring, is considering his options and plans to visit Louisville.
Lunt appeared in seven games for OSU during his freshman campaign in 2012 but was sidelined due to injuries. After a competitive spring practice, and no clear number one quarterback from head coach Mike Gundy, Lunt decided to seek other opportunities.
Since a controversy has erupted when Oklahoma State and Gundy barred certain schools the sophomore could transfer to, which included any Big 12 or SEC teams.
Lunt then sought opportunities in the B1G conference visiting Illinois and according to SBnation.com, the sophomore will also visit Louisville. The Cardinals are a team that was not barred by OSU however, they have a heavily favored incumbent in junior Teddy Bridgewater that could sway the former Cowboy in another direction.
ESPN analyst Joe Schad has also stirred the rumor mill surrounding Lunt on his Twitter account, stating that the sophomore could hear from Notre Dame officials soon.
With the season beginning in August little time remains for Wes Lunt to make his decision. Expect the news surrounding the quarterback to continue to heat up in the coming weeks.
Former OSU QB Wes Lunt will visit Louisville Tuesday. Don’t be surprised if ND reconnects w Lunt after Golson’s departure.
— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) May 26, 2013