On Saturday, running back Ryley Angeline of Exton (Pa.) Downingtown East made his first visit to UConn. The experience put the Huskies in a favorable position for the big back, as he now prepares for a couple of other visits.
"I loved it. It was awesome," said Angeline, who is 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds. "The whole campus was amazing, especially the Burton Family Football Complex."
Angeline also mentioned the indoor football field, weight room, stadium and coaching staff as other parts of the day that stood out to him. He gave some more insight on the time he spent with the coaching staff.
"They all seem like great coaches," he said. "I really liked Coach Buggs and Coach Cersosimo. It seems like they have a lot of experience and they have a great program. I was really impressed by everything they showed us on the tour."
No offer was discussed with Angeline during the Junior Day, but he will likely return during the summer for a camp session. He also mentioned that he attended the event with his teammate, defensive back Brandon Feamster.
While UConn was his first Junior Day experience, Angeline will look to keep a busy schedule in the coming weeks.
"I'm going to Penn State next weekend and I'll be going to visit UMass in a couple of weeks," said Angeline. "I'll probably go to a couple more Junior Days too."
UConnReport.com will continue to stay in touch with Angeline to see how his recruiting process progresses in the coming months.
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