Deland (Fla.) three-star wide receiver Marquion Lane previously claimed a top two of Florida State and South Florida. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound prospect says that is no longer the case.
"I don't have any leaders right now," Lane said. "Not right now. I have just started over with the whole thing.
"I did have some (leaders) but I just had to re-think it over," Lane added.
Lane currently claims offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Boston College, Florida International, Florida State, Illinois, Louisville, Massachusetts, Miami, Michigan State, Nebraska, Purdue, South Florida, Vanderbilt, and West Virginia. All of those schools, as well as some that are still evaluating him, stand a chance.
"I still have my options open right now," Lane said. "I still have my eyes open. I have honestly taken myself back and opened things up more. I want to evaluate everybody and look at all of my options."
A factor in Lane's recruitment is the position that the coaches are interested in him playing at.
"I have been offered at quarterback, receiver, cornerback, and free safety," Lane said. "I think I would prefer playing receiver or corner, but it depends on the team. I would be willing to go ahead and get back there at quarterback and play if it would be a good fit with how the offense is ran."
Once his spring concludes, Lane intends to take some summer road trips and check out a few schools.
"I am thinking about going to Florida, Tennessee, Florida State, USF, and a couple of more colleges," Lane said.
When it comes time for Lane to decide, he isn't sure on whether or not he will leave the Sunshine State for his college career.
"At first I was thinking about going away but right now I feel like I need to be closer to home," Lane said. "So I am pretty much just still thinking about things. I just have to think it over real hard if I decide to go further away."
As for when that decision may be made, Lane isn't sure at this point in the process.
"I was thinking that it may be either the beginning of the season or I will just wait until Signing Day," Lane said.
As a junior, Lane accounted for nearly 1,700 offensive yards.