"I've already visited Purdue (12-6) and this past weekend, I was at Wisconsin." Said defensive lineman, Julian Riley.
"The people at Wisconsin were wonderful. I had a chance to go to the banquet and I hung out with all the guys on the team.
"I really liked Brooks Bollinger. He answered all my questions and treated me like I was already on the team.
"Jonathan Orr was also an awesome guy. We hit it off very well. I'd say that Wisconsin was a better visit than Purdue.
"I don't have a leader. I'm going to visit Pittsburgh (1-10) and Boston College (1-17) in January. I'm still considering Ohio State and Florida as well."
Riley, a 6-foot-4, 260-pounder, from St. Petersburg (Fla.) Lakewood, is a four-year varsity starter. In 2002, Riley had 63 solo tackles, 32 assisted tackles, 28 tackles for loss and 17 sacks.
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