But Cornley said that he's been working on his perimeter game and he'll get the opportunity to step out and shoot 17-footers in his final go-around at Brookhaven.
For now, the co-leaders are St. Bonaventure and Dayton. Cornley will visit Olean, N.Y., this weekend and Dayton the following weekend. He'll also host Penn State on an in-home visit – with the potential for an official visit if all goes well.
``So far, those three schools are the ones showing the most interest," Cornley said.
Cornley, who has a 3.4 GPA and scored a 15 on the ACT, said he devoted much of the summer to developing his perimeter skills.
``I know I can do a lot of stuff that coaches haven't seen," Cornley said. "I devoted the whole summer to perimeter work. Some coaches don't see it because when I go to tournaments and camps, there are so many slashers and three-men and it forces me to go to the post."