The 6-foot-1, 185-pound receiver did not disappoint. Wormley and his 7-on-7 team the Next Level Greats outlasted more than 100 teams for the first Kyle Flood championship belt.
“It’s great to compete at Rutgers,” Wormley said on his second camp experience. “The coaches have shown a lot of love in talking to me and my team. They’re supporting us, and I just wanted to put on a show for them.”
Wormley picked up his offer after a skills camp, and also holds an offer from Temple.
“I like Rutgers a lot, actually,” Wormley said. “They’ve always shown me interest, and I’ve talked a lot about them with Kelvin [Harmon]. We were traveling together a lot, and we talked about Rutgers a lot.”
“The 7-on-7 season was crazy for us,” Wormley said. “We traveled a lot. We finished sixth nationally, and had a lot of fun. It was great competition, and Rutgers was awesome as the last one for us.
“All of them had great things to offer. They were all different in their own ways, but I’d say they were all special.”
Temple coach Matt Rhule left an impression on Wormley during a recent visit to campus as well.
“They’re building a program over there,” said Wormley, who lives less than 25 miles from the Temple campus. “They’re starting to send a lot of guys to the league, and they’re building a good program over there. It’s not as established as Rutgers, but they’re getting there.”
Wormley led Burlington in both receptions and receiving yards as a junior.
“Not a lot of people have the chance in Burlington Township to do what I’m doing now,” he said. “So just to represent them and put them on the map is special.”