Offers have emerged for Philadelphia (Pa.) William Penn wide receiver Daryl Worley. The 6-foot-0, 185-pounder claims three scholarships at this time, but has a number of other programs highly interested.
"I've got offers from Boston College, Tennessee and Rutgers," he said. "I feel pretty good about all the schools, they are all on my list. I can say as far as an early commitment, I'm planning to take all my official visits."
Regarding the schools, Worley gave his take.
"I know there were some coaching changes at Rutgers and Boston College since I've gotten the offers," he said. "As for Tennessee, I know they have offered for football and track."
To date, Worley hasn't visited any of the schools, but noted he has plans to over spring break.
Meanwhile, Oregon, Miami, Pittsburgh, Maryland, Syracuse and Illinois are also interested.
Does Worley like anyone?
"Oregon and Miami," he said. "Oregon is because they are more of a distance program as far as track goes. They have the top sprinter in the nation. I love their program too, they are very competitive and I feel like I'd fit in. Miami is a training factor, being down south I can train all year long and their football is good.
As he contemplates his options, Worley is looking for a few things in his future home.
"I want something very comforting and very competitive as far as sports goes," he said. "I would like somewhere warm, Oregon is my exception to that. I also am looking at studying athletic training."
On the field, Worley earned honorable mention all-city and all-league honors this season.
"I think the big part of my play is that I can play anywhere," he said. "I'm athletic and a big part of my success is the speed factor. I also can catch."
Worley is a star in track as well placing second in the 400 meters and third in the 200 meters in the state of Pennsylvania. He is also ranked top 20 nationally in both events.
"I plan on doing both football and track in college."