Penn Charter WR/S Daryl Worley issues verbal declaration to West Virginia
One non-PIAA affiliated program will now boast a second major Division-1 FBS recruit on its 2012 roster.
Daryl Worley, a 6’0, 185-pound wide receiver/safety from William Penn Charter School in the Inter-AC League, issued a verbal declaration to West Virginia Monday, according to national recruiting service Scout.com.
In addition to the Mountaineers, Worley, who held a dozen scholarship offers, also received offers from programs like Boston College, Connecticut, Iowa, Northwestern, Penn State, Pitt, Rutgers, Syracuse, Temple, Tennessee and Central Florida.
The Quakers also have offensive lineman Mike McGlinchey, a Notre Dame commit, in their fold for the 2012 season. McGlinchey is one of the Keystone State’s top offensive line prospects.
The Penn Charter senior-to-be was ranked as Scout.com’s No. 61 safety prospect in the 2013 recruiting class and assigned a three-star rating.
Worley was a lightly-used piece in the Quakers’ aerial attack last year, hauling in 10 passes for 171 yards, but he also added 247 yards rushing on 34 carries, averaging 7.3 yards per carry and 17.1 yards per reception while scoring four total touchdowns (two rushing, two receiving). Defensively, he tied for the team lead in interceptions, with three.
Penn Charter finished 5-5 overall in 2011.
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