Class of 2015 wideout Calvin Ridley picked up spring verbal offers from Cincinnati, Florida Atlantic, Marshall, USF, and West Virginia.
Ridley spent his sophomore season playing alongside his twin brother Cavin at Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna, but he transferred in the winter to Coconut Creek (Fla.) Monarch.
Since his transfer he landed on the radar of a few BCS schools and earned five offers while listing interest from several others.
The 6-foot, 175-pounder called Miami his dream school and if the 'Canes offer they will be at the top of his list.
"I want to check them out in the fall. I'm planning to go down there for a few games. It would be great to get an offer from them," stated Ridley.
Other schools of interest for Ridley are Clemson and Indiana. His former teammate Myles Graham signed with the Hoosiers last year and ex-Lion standout Adrian Baker inked with Clemson.
This summer he has plans to visit LSU and possibly West Virginia.
Clemson's offense intrigues Ridley. He said, "I really like their offense. They have Sammy Watkins. Plus Adrian is up there too."
Although he has a couple of years left to make his decision, Ridley said he will select a school before his senior year and cited playing time as a big factor in his choice.
Last fall, he hauled in 31 passes for 488 yards and four touchdowns.