After de-committing from Michigan in September, Clarkston (Mich.) 2018 forward Taylor Currie is now looking for a new home. Back on the market, Currie is fielding calls from a number of potential suitors going into the season.

“Since I’ve opened it up, I’ve heard from Xavier, Ohio State, Wisconsin and Davidson,” Currie told NY2LA Sports. 

Currie originally chose the Wolverines over Oakland (Mich.). A former class of 2019 prospect, Currie reclassified and for now, is remaining a senior. 

“I’m looking at both. As far as I understand, Xavier, Wisconsin, and Davidson all have a spot in 2018, Ohio State is more 2019.  I’m looking a lot at just what the best basketball move and situation is for my family and I. I’m going to keep my eyes and options open right now. I have the flexibility to graduate in either class, so it’s about the right fit and whatever feels comfortable.”

Wisconsin was in to see Currie on Thursday. The 6-foot-8 forward will visit the Badgers on Oct. 21. 

"I know how good of a man, how good of a coach Greg Gard is," he said. "They've had some successful NCAA tournament runs over the years. I see myself being able to play a lot like Frank Kaminsky and Ethan Happ."

Currie will then head to Xavier on Oct. 22.

“Great school,” he said. “I’ve had a relationship with them. They were recruiting me a little before I committed. I used to live in Ohio and I know it’s a beautiful campus. Cincinnati is a great town and I love the way they get up and down. They allow their guys to play and give them a lot of freedom.”

Currie plans to go into the season uncommitted. Planning to sign in the spring, Currie will have a better feel for his recruitment over the next several months. 

“There’s no timetable at all,” he said. “Definitely no decision before the high school season. I want to see what rosters look like in the spring. That’s a big part of it, what guys stay, what guys go. I’m just keeping my options open and looking.”

Currie plays with All-Ohio Red during the travel season.