Miami (Fla.) Jackson athlete Quinton Flowers is starting to narrow down his list of college choices following an expeditious decommitment from USF last month.
The Bulls thought they landed a franchise signal caller when Flowers gave his pledge, but on the same day he committed he had a change of heart.
Flowers said, "I decommitted on the same day. I committed the same day. I guess I was moving a little too fast; trying to be in a rush like everyone else, but I'm not that type of person. I'm going to sit down and talk to my family and wherever God leads me that's where I'm going."
The schools standing out the most according to Flowers are Marshall, Nebraska, TCU, Texas, and Tennessee.
It's rare for the Longhorns to recruit out of state and that's something Flowers noticed too.
He stated, "When they first came down they told me we don't really come to Miami. So the first thing that came to my mind was I must be doing something right. A lot of people are looking for a dual-threat quarterback and I'm that guy."
As a junior he threw for 1,712 yards and seventeen touchdowns while rushing for 642 yards and nine scores.
His brother is helping him with recruiting process along with his cousin, former Miami wide receiver and Houston Texans All-Pro Andre Johnson.
Flowers called the 'Canes his dream program. However, despite offers from several BCS schools his home team has extended him and he is comfortable with his current options.
"Like I said wherever God takes me that he will have to be my new dream school," cited Flowers.