Since announcing the decision to transfer from Texas Tech, former 5-star defensive tackle Breiden Fehoko has drawn interest from programs all across the country.

It’s been announced Fehoko will visit Auburn, Louisville, LSU, Ole Miss, and Georgia before making his official decision¬†sometime in April.

His first visit was to The Plains.¬†Fehoko detailed his trip with Scout.com. Suffice it to say, but he was very impressed by the Tigers’ program:

“I really was speechless. I really enjoyed everybody. I enjoyed the hospitality. Second, I really enjoyed how everybody was really transparent and just real honest about seeing me play here and how they can better my skill set and how they develop me as a football player. Everybody was just so blunt and straight out.

Being this is my first visit, it sets the bar really high for other schools. This time around, it’s a business decision. Everybody here says ‘Auburn family’ and when I finally got out here to see it, I’ve really seen it. I think the bar has been set pretty high, and Auburn really answered a lot of questions for me and I really enjoyed my visit here.”

The native of Hawaii also delved into how the competition of the SEC is very intriguing. The team also laid out a plan as to how Fehoko will improve during this upcoming year. Fehoko will be forced to redshirt, and then will be available to play in 2018.

The 6-foot-3, 305-pound athlete combined for 38 tackles, 7.5 tackles-for-loss, and 2.0 sacks in two seasons with the Red Raiders.