"I went to Air Force this past weekend," Wile said. "It was great. I really loved the campus. It's a great area. The chapel was awesome. It's a very impressive campus and it's very condensed."
Going into the U.S. Army All-American game Wile was sitting on a San Diego State offer. Since just last Thursday Wile has picked up three new offers, one of them a gray shirt, and it's all a bit of a whirlwind right now.
"Since the U.S. Army All-American game I have received an offer from Michigan, Nebraska and a gray shirt from Washington. The new interest has been amazing. I never thought that this would happen to me.
"I am not going to lie; it's kind of freaking me out. I was pretty stressed out about this all a little earlier today. It's been a really great experience overall. I am excited to see what happens over the next few weeks."
Wile is off to Ann Arbor this weekend and then to Lincoln the weekend after. Wile isn't planning on taking any other trips at the moment and says after Nebraska he should have a decision.
"I head to Michigan this weekend for an official visit and then I will go to Nebraska the weekend after. Then, if everything stays the same, I should have a decision after that."
Wile said that things are really down to three schools and comparing them equally will be difficult. It will be difficult because one of the schools is a service academy and that will be tough to compare apples to apples.
"Right now it comes down to Michigan, Nebraska and Air Force. I have to compare a service academy to college and then those two colleges with one another.
"I need to figure out which one fits me best out of those three. I need to look at academically, personally and football-wise. I am going to see if it just clicks when I get there."
One thing that Wile is considering with his decision is early playing time. He's a competitor and would like to play, but at the same time he could just about have his graduate studies done with five years of school.
"I know that Nebraska has an early playing time possibility and I am considering early playing time in my decision. I would like to play early, but it's also not a bad thing to have five years of college paid for. I could probably get my graduate studies done."
Coach Lance Ortega told Big Red Report that he thinks that Wile is the top combo kicker in the nation. Wile says that he gives one area of kicking a slight edge, but that gap is always closing.
"Right now I have no preference. For the longest time I wanted to kick field goals. I was mediocre at punting until I figured it out and I went to the U.S. Army All-American game as a punter. I got pretty good at it.
"My strengths right now is still probably field goals, but it's probably just a 60-40 advantage and I continue to close that gap. I also like to think that I have a pretty strong leg for kick offs. In the All-American game I put one four yards deep."