Riley talks Canes, Miss. State, Hoosiers

Lake Wales (Fla.) tight end Davion Riley has seen recruiting pick up as of late, with several schools coming through with offers over the summer.
But for Riley, a few schools are coming after him the hardest right now.
"Mississippi State, Indiana, Wisconsin, Miami, Tennessee and Oregon are talking to me the most," Riley said.
The Hurricanes are the school he most recently visited and said he enjoyed the environment and competition in Coral Gables.
"It was a really good event," Riley said of the 'Canes one day camp. "I remember the next day I was really sore. I enjoyed it though."
Riley said seeing South Florida in person also opened his eyes.
"It's a nice beautiful campus and I wouldn't mind being down there," he said. "Also, the coaches intensity is something that I like."
Riley is being recruiting by most school to play tight end but he said Miami also gave him a look at a few different positions.
"They worked me out at different positions than I thought I'd be playing," he said. "They had me working at tight end but they also had me working out at linebacker."
Riley had planned to visit Mississippi State over the Fourth of July weekend, but had to cancel plans due to a family commitment. He said he's still hoping to get to Starkville soon.
"They're really trying to get me up there for a game this fall," Riley said. "I know I'm going to take official visits there and to Indiana for sure."
The Hoosiers have stayed in the picture because of Riley's strong bond with the coaching staff.
"One thing I like is that the coaches at Indiana are Christian like my family," Riley said. "Most of them were raised up in the church and the guy that's recruiting me, [co-defensive coordinator] Williams Inge, he's one of the man ones that tells me to keep God first and I really appreciate it."
Riley said he's not planning on announcing his commitment until National Signing Day in February.