"I'm real excited about this
trip," Corley said of his impending visit to LSU. "They were recruiting me hard,
and then backed when I committed to
"Even though people never said
anything about it, I've been interested in LSU this whole time. Around
Corley (6-4, 250, 4.85) said that the Tigers have made it onto his list of four top schools leading up to signing day, along with Tennessee, Alabama and Oklahoma, each of which made it a priority to visit the standout defensive end during the final week of recruiting.
In addition to Miles, Corley has been in contact with LSU's tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator Josh Henson, whom he talked to on Monday.
"Coach Henson's been cool to talk to," Corley said of their phone conversation. "He was just keeping in touch and seeing how I was doing and all that."
The visit to LSU will round out
the trips to Corley's top schools, as he has already checked out the programs at
When it comes to LSU, the 4-star defensive end said a few things have piqued his interest.
"LSU is the home school," he said.
"Even though it's out-of-state, it's like the home school over here. I like the
class they've showed during recruiting, and some big names from
Corley said his main objective for the trip this weekend will be the just get to know the players better and see how well he would fit into the Tiger family.
Corley will not be the first
player this season to make the trip to
"Me and Phelon don't ever really talk about football," Corley said when asked if Jones' commitment has played a factor in his decision. "We just like to goof off together. He's never really tried to recruit me because he knows it's my decision. The only thing he's told me is that I am definitely going to enjoy the visit because it's a great place."
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