Well, after dazzling onlookers with his great hands, speed, and playing making skills, he earned exactly what the was looking for.
"I'm very excited to get an invite to The Opening," Corley said. "Not many people that can that they did that. I'm amazed for it to happen."
"Really, I have been talking to a lot of new schools," Corley. "The schools that have been recruiting me the hardest are Tennessee, Michigan State and LSU. Schools have been trying to get in contact with me a lot."
Adding: "I want to get out to some schools, but I don't have any visits line up. I probably want to get out to USC and LSU."
Corley does hold an offer from Michigan, however, it seems U-M's recruitment of the four-star standout has cooled off lately.
"I don't think they are laying off me," Corley said of Michigan. "But I haven't had a lot of contact with them. So I don't really know what is going on with that.
"I talk with Coach Fisch sometimes, but other than that, I really don't talk with the coaches. I really don't know what's going on with them."
As far as what he's looking for in his future program, Corley says coaching will play a big factor in his decision.
Just the relationship with the coaches and see if they really do want me," Corley said. "Or is just an offer they gave me just because. Also, education is going to be a big part of it."
Corley had been planning to be make his commitment before the season, but with new schools coming after him, he says he will most likely commit during the season.