Top Tennessee prospect postpones decision and possibly enrollment
Donnie Corley’s recruitment is more fluid than he is.
The 4-star receiver from Martin Luther King High School (Wyandotte, Mich.) told SEC Country on Wednesday that he’s not sure if he’ll be able to enroll at his chosen school in January, as previously planned. The 6-foot-2½, 182-pound prospect could be stalled by an online class he has yet to complete.
“Up in the air,” Corley said when asked if he thought he would be a midterm enrollee. “About 50-50.”
Corley said his finalists have not changed. He’s still primarily considering Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Tennessee. However, there’s a new school that could creep into the mix if Corley doesn’t graduate from high school this month. Corley said he plans to take an official visit to Miami in January if he doesn’t enroll in college early.
“I love that school,” he said.
Corley has taken a liking to Miami, in part, because former UGA coach Mark Richt has taken the reigns there.
“I liked Georgia too,” Corley said. “I know he’s going to be great down there too.”
If Corley doesn’t enroll at midterm, he said he won’t announce his college decision until National Signing Day. Corley is the No. 19 receiver in the nation and the No. 2 prospect in Michigan.