"Things went well for me out here at Nike, and I loved the competition," Worley stated. "I think I showed what my skills are, and I wanted to show people how athletic I am. People have questioned my coverage skills, but I think I did real well here."
"Other than my coverage being good, I think I responded well to being coached by people I had never met before," he added. "I think I learned about how to improve my footwork and that is something I can use to help me be a better player next year."
"My two newest offers are from Pittsburgh and Michigan State," he explained. "I like Michigan State and think a lot of that program, from the academics to the football part. Their coaches are all good guys, and that's a school I'm interested in. I've never been there yet, but plan on visiting there."
"I know a little bit about Pittsburgh and like them also," he continued. "I'm very interested in Pitt and they are always in our school recruiting Glenville players. I will also be checking them out this summer."
"I visited Ohio State a few weeks ago for their spring game and liked it a lot," he added. "It was good hanging out with (former teammate) Christian Bryant, and seeing everybody again. I'm very high on Ohio State, but I'm in no hurry to make my decision. I will probably decide after my season is over."
Worley, a top student in the classroom at Glenville, appears to have added strength since his season ended. He probably projects as a linebacker at the next level, but schools are telling him they are recruiting him as a defensive athlete.