The offers are pouring in now that 2014 four-star prospect Leron Black has opened up his recruitment.
Black is a high level athlete.
Black, a 6-7, 215-pound forward from Memphis (Tenn.) White Station High School, decommitted on Wednesday from Baylor and 24 hours later he has formulated a school list.
According to Black's travel team coach Norton Hurd of Team Thad, Black is now interested in Baylor, Connecticut, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, Memphis, Missouri, North Carolina State, Ohio State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.
All of these schools have contacted Black since his decommitment, and all but Kentucky have offered him.
Taking his time will be the method of operation during the second go around of Black's recruitment.
"He is going to take his time," said Hurd about Black. "I don't expect him to decide on anything until between next October and December.
"Leron wants to make sure he does it the right way. I wouldn't be surprised if he went back to Baylor. He really liked them. He just thinks he rushed things."
Prior to his commitment to Baylor, Black had also unofficially visited Memphis and Missouri.
In the process of developing his wing skills, Black plays with a tremendous motor and uses his athleticism to attack the rim.
He is the No. 33 ranked prospect by 247Sports and the No. 17 ranked prospect in the 247Composite.