Dyllan Conway already has some strong connections to Ball State.
"I actually have a friend of mine that's committed there, (2016 Ball State signee) Lamar Anderson," Conway said. "(Ball State) Coach (Alex) Bailey also coached my brother (Denzell Conway) while they were at Valparaiso."
On Tuesday, the 5-8 160 Slot WR visited Ball State and took in a practice first hand, and he came away impressed.
"The visit went well I was able to watch their whole practice," Conway said. "It was live and very competitive which I loved."
Conway didn't come away with an offer, but did get some positive information.
"They said they would come visit me soon, and that they will be straight forward with me with where I stand as far as offers," Conway said. "I can see myself in that program as a great asset."
Along with his interest from Ball State, Conway, who has yet to nab his first offer, is also hearing from New Mexico, Eastern Michigan, Missouri, Iowa, North Dakota State, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois and Holy Cross.
Conway who recently ran a 4.4 40 at the Rising Star Showcase, is still working hard towards offers and wants colleges to know what he brings to the field.
"Overall I'm a play maker, I can create big plays in space, I'm very versatile and dynamic," Conway said. "You can line me up in the Slot, outside WR, tailback, and I also play defense too. I'm willing to do anything to win and that's all I care about. I put my team first."