Fort Pierce (Fla.) Fort Pierce Central three-star running back Marcus Levy is taking his time with his recruiting process.
"I don't have a leader or any favorites right now," Levy said.
The 5-foot-10, 187-pound running back is going to utilize the summer months to help whittle down his list of 14 offers.
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"I am going to take some visits and figure some things out this summer," Levy said. "I am going to try to get to schools, visit, and see what they have to offer. I want to get to know the coaches and how the players are."
Those visits will begin this weekend for Levy. He will be accompanied on the trip by some of his teammates.
"On the 9th, which is Saturday, we are leaving for a college tour where we are going to visit a few schools," Levy said. "My coach has set it up so I am not sure of all of the destinations or the schedule. I know Mississippi State, Cincinnati, Memphis, Bowling Green and maybe two more schools are on the tour."
Back in April, Levy traveled to South Carolina to check out the Gamecocks. Steve Spurrier's team remains in the picture with Levy.
"Matter of fact, I talked to (South Carolina assistant) Coach Grady Brown last night," Levy said. "We still keep in touch and talk a lot. I am supposed to go to their camp if I am able to make it."
Levy, who claims offers from Boise State, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Georgia State, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Memphis, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Western Kentucky, and Western Michigan, is interested in seeing each and every one of those schools before making a decision.
"I would like to see all of the schools that offered me," Levy said.
The talented back said his decision will come before the end of his senior season.
"Probably late in the summer or early in the fall," Levy said of when he would like to make his announcement.
As a junior, Levy rushed for 1,382 yards on 196 carries and scored 18 touchdowns on the ground. He also had 30 receptions for 409 yards and three touchdowns.