WVU, Louisville like rising Florida QB Stanley

Last year Sean White made a name for himself by starring in seven-on-seven for South Florida Express, one of the nation's top teams. Now, his successor, Pembroke Pines (Fla.) Flanagan quarterback Ryan Stanley is hoping to do the same.
Stanley performed well at the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour Miami stop and recently took home top honors at the Golden Arm Challenge, an elite quarterback event in Atlanta, Ga. Shortly after the event UAB joined Stanley's offer list and he's hoping it will be the first of many to come.
"A lot of teams are telling me they want to see me in person to see how I throw and how I can move," Stanley said. "I'm going to do what I have to do and perform my best in order to pick up some more offers.
Among the schools looking at Stanley are West Virginia and Louisville. Stanley is expecting both to come through during the spring evaluation period and said he hopes to continue to grab their attention by performing well at big events.
"I'm going to camp at a bunch of schools this summer, including West Virginia and Louisville," Stanley said. "I think playing with the best 7-on-7 team has put me on the radar and let me go out there and show what I can do as a passer and teams are paying attention to that."
As far as which offer he covets the most, Stanley said he's not going to be particular.
"I don't really have any favorites," he said. "Whoever gives me the opportunity I'm going to go out there and do my best."