"It was just a very physical practice," Corley said. "I was kind of late to practice. But it was very physical. (Devin) Funchess, nobody can guard him out there." Corely also took in a MSU practice.
"They have a really good football practice," Corley said on the Spartans. "I love how they practice. I love how they coach and how they treat their players and stuff."
Currently, Corely holds an offer from Illinois. He has already been on campus visits to Michigan, MSU, Middle Tennessee State and Cincinnati. And when he is on his visits, he says he looks for certain characteristics from the coaching staff.
"Just how I am being treated, how they treat their players," Corley said. "If they treat one recruit better than I am being treated. So I can see where I am with them."
Corely says he plans on camping at U-M and MSU this summer in hopes of proving he can compete at the Big Ten level.
"I just want to show them that I can compete with the best players out there," Corley said.