Rivals250 2016 wide receiver Donnie Corley already boasts a half dozen offers, but a pair of Big Ten teams are showing heightened interest as fall approaches.
"I have been talking to Maryland," Corley said. "They said the first three games, if I look good, they are going to offer me. They asked for my transcript and everything. I don't really know a lot about them, but I know their uniforms look good and they throw the ball too."
Corley has also seen increased interest from Michigan following a recent visit to Ann Arbor.
"We actually went up to a practice up there last week," Corley said. "They treated me good. They said they are going to watch me hard the first couple games."
A Big Ten team that recently got a chance to see Corley in action was Ohio State. The Buckeyes hosted the four-star receiver for their Friday Night Lights Camp at the end of July.
"The coach gave me his number and told me to stay in contact, then he followed me on Twitter so I have been staying in contact with him," Corley said.
The six schools that have offered Corley are Cincinnati, Eastern Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Ohio and Toledo. Eastern Michigan is the most recent addition to that list.
"Eastern Michigan actually showed me a lot of love," Corley said. "I like their head coach. I think he is going to put them on the come up."
The 6-foot-2, 174-pound Corley will try to visit each of the schools that have offered him for games this fall. He also plans to attend a game at Michigan, but has not set any dates for those visits yet.