WR Worley claims a leader

Three-star wide receiver Daryl Worley out of Philadelphia (Pa.) William Penn Charter School claims a top three. In fact, the 6-foot-0, 185-pounder maintains one of the school's stands out from the pack and he plans to visit there next week.
"Right now I'm really focusing on my team, but I'm planning to head to West Virginia next week on Monday," he said. "West Virginia is the top school on my list. I just want to go and see the campus, see what it looks like up there."
Worley went in-depth on why the Mountaineers are standing out.
"They are a big-time school with the conference they are in," he said. "They face big-time competition and it's a good fit for me. I like the coaching staff. I fit in there and they want me as a safety."
With West Virginia conceivably leading and a visit coming, is a decision possible?
"There is a chance if I absolutely love the visit, but I don't know."
In the meantime, Worley holds offers from Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Northwestern, Iowa, Tennessee, Rutgers, Boston College, Connecticut, Maryland, Purdue, Temple and Penn State.
Worley added that two other schools are in his top three.
"At the moment, Syracuse and Pittsburgh are there with West Virginia," he said. "Syracuse is just a great academic school and I could benefit coming from that school. With Pittsburgh, the football is excellent there and I love the coaches. It's like a family there and I know so many people there."