"A lot of people who are going through their season are finding out that they need a guy and my phone is blowing up now," Country Day coach Kurt Keener told Scout.com. "He's got a group of 5-6 schools that he's interested in and will try and set up visits."
"He can take four official visits and I think he's going to take a visit to Marquette this coming weekend and down the road I don't think he's lined up the other three just yet."
Riley, ranked No. 57 by Scout.com, is going to be a nice piece of the puzzle for one high-major team. More comfortable, it seems, when the spotlight is not directly on him, Riley has the physical attributes to be a good high-level prospect.
"He's never going to be very demonstrative or emotional," Keener said. "He's played well for us averaging almost 14 points and 8 rebounds. We've got a lot of talented kids and we play up-tempo. I'm pleased with where he's at. He's playing better and getting stronger.
"A lot of times people question that he has the passion for the game and I believe he does (have the passion). He's a poker-faced kid. His personality is that he's not going to get too excited. He's got a ton of talent and he's got skills. We're 6-0 and he's happy and content with his role on the team and we'll just play it out. "