Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills wide receiver Wesley Lyons is ready for a football game. He is also set to begin his official visits.
"I'm going to West Virginia for an official visit," Lyons said on Thursday night. "I leave Friday night right after my football game.
"(Ohio State assistant) coach Daniels called tonight. It went great. We talked about setting up an official visit when they play Michigan State. I have to go over it with my father and mother.
"I'd say West Virginia and Boston College are right at the top of my list.
"Ohio State is in my top five. And I like Minnesota and Miami, and Oklahoma, but it's so far out there. Iowa and maybe Louisville are in there too.
"I'm going to wait till after the season to decide."
When asked why he has West Virginia and Boston College at the top of his list, Lyons said, "I like West Virginia's coaching staff. And I think I have a chance to play early there. The same goes for Boston College."
The 6-foot-6 and 205-pound Lyons has caught 11 passes and scored five times as Woodland Hills has won it's first five games. He is the No. 27 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania in the Rivals.com player rankings.