"I just think Kentucky is the best fit for me," Stull said late Monday. "They have recruited me longer than anyone and I have really liked Kentucky from the start."
He said Kentucky's hiring of former Mississippi quarterbacks coach Kurt Roper made the Wildcats even more attractive. Kentucky did not release any information on Roper's hiring Monday.
Stull is the second highly-regarded quarterback to commit to Kentucky. Earlier Hopkinsville's Curtis Pulley, Kentucky's current Mr. Football, said he would sign with the Cats. Pulley is more of a dual threat quarterback while Stull is more of a dropback passer.
Kentucky recruiting coordinator Joker Phillips said months ago that UK needed to sign at least two quarterbacks and wanted the two to be different style players.
"We need to add that diversity and give our offense more options," Phillips said in October.
Turituri signs: Kentucky did announce that 290-pound offensive lineman Fatu Turituri from Los Angeles Harbor College had signed with the Cats and would enroll in school next month.
"Fatu is a very active lineman who also could get a look on defense," Brooks said. "He has a big body, experience, good feet and good technique."
Turituri, a native of Samoa, helped his team win a division championship and set school rushing records last season. He will have two seasons of eligibility at Kentucky.
Sparks named: Kentucky junior point guard Patrick Sparks has received a variety of honors for his 25-point performance in Saturday's win over Louisville.
Sparks has been named the National Player of the Week by The Sporting News, ESPN.com and Dick Vitale. He was also picked as the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week after making five 3-point shots in the 60-58 win at Louisville. He's the 21st Kentucky player to earn this honor since the award was started in 1995.
Collegeinsider.com also has named Sparks their Star of the Week.