"We didn't play how we wanted to in the state game, but overall we had a great season," said Wiley of the year.
He continued, "My ball handling and my vision were both a lot better this year, and overall I think I got better."
Recruiting wise Wiley has been a top target for numerous high level programs, and numerous coaches made sure to stop by during the year.
The in-state Terrapins have been very active in recruiting Wiley for a while, and he feels he would fit in well in College Park.
"Maryland could use some shooters and I think that is what I do," said Wiley. "I think I would fit in well with their style of play and I have a good relationship with the coaches."
Also the Virginia Cavaliers have made sure to continue to show him attention.
"I like the way Virginia plays and the coaches seem nice, so I am taking a look at them," he explained.
Another school that has picked things up is Miami. The Hurricanes are having a great year this year and are trying to carry that momentum over to the recruiting trail.
"I feel good about Miami because they are a top five team in the nation and I really like their style of play," said Wiley.
For now the No. 42 prospect in the nation is unsure of when he will make a decision, but he doesn't expect to make a choice quickly.