"Right now Michigan is still my favorite," four star offensive lineman Rueben Riley said. "But I'm just concentrating on having the best possible season I can have. I have some time yet before I decide anything for sure. Notre Dame, Purdue, Indiana, Nebraska, Ohio State, those are some other schools I'm looking at. Coach Malone from Michigan called Saturday morning and coach Sheridan from Notre Dame called on Sunday." Thus far Michigan, Purdue, and a number of MAC schools have offered Riley a scholarship.
Riley, from Grand Rapids Creston (MI), has played very well on the offensive line and has also made eight tackles including two sacks as his team has started the season 2-0.
Riley was one of the many prospects in attendance at Michigan's season opening win over Miami of Ohio this past weekend. "Michigan is pretty inexperienced, but they'll get it together and be a standard Michigan team," Riley said. Some other notable recruits at the game included Wolverine commitments Darnell Hood, David Harris, Kevin Murphy, and William Cooper. Among the others in attendance were Matt Trannon, Tom Berishaj, and quarterback Drew Olson from California.