Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast defensive back/linebacker prospect Leandre Lance holds one scholarship offer from a Southeastern Conference program and is getting looks from a number of other schools.
"Recruiting is going good," Lance said. "Memphis just got added to the list and they want me bad. Arizona State also just got added to the list."
Tigers assistant Darin Hinshaw is recruiting Lance for Memphis.
"They came down Monday and are going to send offer in the mail," Lance said. "They said I was a human missile and that I fly around the ball and that I am a great athlete."
Arizona State also has been by First Coast to check on Lance.
"They tell me they like me at strong safety and want me to play strong safety," he said.
South Florida assistant Troy Douglas has been recruiting Lance hard for the Bulls, who currently are in prime position with Lance.
"I love it down there," Lance said. "It's a great atmosphere I love everything about it. It's just a great place to be. USF and Florida State are my leaders right now."
The Seminoles, who already have a commitment from First Coast linebacker Nigel Carr, will see Lance up close in camp this summer.
"Florida State said they would have to see me transition to safety," he said. "I am going to camp there this summer. All of us are going to camp at Florida State. We'll also go to South Florida, South Carolina and some other places."
Ole Miss, Illinois and Maryland also are recruiting Lance.
There are several things that Lance is looking for in a college program.
"Playing time, atmosphere and academics (are important)," he said. "All of the most important stuff that you need."
Last Sunday, Lance was in Tallahassee for the NIKE Camp on the campus of FSU.
"That went real well for me," he said. "I did real well at NIKE Camp. I got to work out with (Davenport Ridge Community linebacker at Seminoles commit) Vincent Williams and did a couple of drills together."
Lance and his First Coast teammates begin spring practice Monday.