Pennsylvania RB gaining momentum

Pennsylvania running back Justin Wiley hasn't received offers from schools in BCS conferences yet but he has slowly been gaining momentum in the recruiting process.
Just a month ago the only school that had offered Wiley was Miami-Ohio. Now three other schools have offered as well.
"I also have offers from Buffalo, Youngstown State and Eastern Michigan," Wiley said on Wednesday. "They offered me around June. I think they all just saw my film."
Wiley doesn't have any favorites yet and he said he will probably not make his decision until the end of his senior season at Erie (Pa.) Cathedral Prep School.
"I didn't take any visits but I went to the Pitt camp and the Penn State camp," he said.
"Pitt's camp was alright. They tested us and it was a good camp. I liked it. Penn State's was cool, too. That was a senior camp and there were a lot of good kids there."
Wiley said he has been in some contact with the coaches from Miami-Ohio, though most of the communication has been limited to letters of late.
Last fall at Cathedral Prep, Wiley rushed for 1,400 yards and tallied 500 receiving yards as well. He scored 35 total touchdowns.