How was his trip to Oregon?
"It was good," said Zeke Wiley or the trip. "I had a lot of fun up there."
Wiley would like to play on the defensive side of the ball, and the Oregon coaches have told him that he will get a shot on defense and if that doesn't work then he could play on the offensive line. Wiley's host on his trip was Oregon offensive lineman Simi Toeaina, but Wiley also spent time with offensive lineman Paluni Ma Sun, defensive tackle Matt Toeaina and several other of the Polynesian players on the Oregon roster. Two coaches Steve Greatwood and Gary Crowton have been the primary points of contact for Wiley at Oregon.
Right now Wiley has no favorite between Oregon, BYU and Utah.
Trip report: Zeke Wiley
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