Hiley said he is calling today to schedule his official visits to his top five – Ohio State, Michigan, Florida, USC and Wisconsin.
The 6-1, 175-pound stud from Glenville High School in Cleveland said all of his visits will be taken following his senior season. Glenville has bounced back to 2-2 after starting the season 0-2.
"Those are the programs that I feel like I could fit into, with the styles of offense and defense they have. I can picture myself playing with them," Hiley said.
"Superman" Hiley said he's never been to Wisconsin before, but he's been impressed with what he's seen in the mountain of mail he's received from the UW coaching staff.
Hiley said among his top five, it's pretty wide open.
"My official visits are going to be the real important factor," Hiley said. "That's what I've been really waiting on, the chance to go and spend some time there and really see the surroundings and atmosphere at (each school)."
Hiley said a lot of people have compared him to Oakland Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson, the former Heisman Trophy winner at Michigan. Like Woodson, Hiley has played many different positions, including quarterback, wide receiver, running back, safety, cornerback and kicker.
The Badgers are recruiting him as a wide receiver, but he could play many different positions and he doesn't care which one it is.
"I haven't had a chance to just sit at one position, so I really don't know which one is my favorite," Hiley said. "It doesn't matter to me where I play, as long as I stay on the field."
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