Huge 6-foot-6, 205-pound wide receiver Wesley Lyons claims 23 offers, but right now the prospect is still wide open as to who he is favoring.
The Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills product did name schools he's looking at including Miami, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Louisville, Wisconsin, Iowa, Boston College, West Virginia and Florida.
"I'd like to take a visit to Oklahoma. I'm trying to look more into them and I just like their coaches right now. I get mail and talk to coach Wyatt every week," he said. "I like Curtis Johnson and coach Coker at Miami. Coach Johnson tells me everything like it is and he's going to tell you the truth. My brother Devon is up at Ohio State. That's a big thing for me because I could possibly stay with him. I like their coaches and the campus and surroundings a lot. The weather is always going to be great there too.
"I like Louisville and Wisconsin because they throw the ball a lot. Their coaches have sent a lot of mail. Florida hasn't offered yet, but I like the weather there and I like how they spread the ball out. It seems like a good place for a wide receiver to go."
Lyons recently attended camps at Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and West Virginia.
"I thought I did pretty well at all of them," he said. "I showed off my speed and I started getting past defenders, catching and adjusting to the ball. I showed my strength and ability to get off the jams too."
The receiver knows one school he plans on taking an official visit to this fall.
"I know Miami is going to be one definitely, that's the only one for sure," he said. "I don't even know if I'll get to Ohio State for an official since my brother goes there and I've been there so much. I'll probably take one to West Virginia because they were one of my first offers and they have been showing me interest since my brother got recruited."
Lyons went on to talk about his interest in West Virginia.
"I like all their coaches, they seem great," he said. "I like coach Gibson he seems like a cool person. I also like how the crowd is there, it's great."
Lyons is in no rush.
"I'll probably commit after I take all of my official visits and after the season."
Lyons hauled in 33 receptions for 600 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior.