Dismissed Clemson defensive back Derion Kendrick entered the NCAA transfer portal in early March. He now, however, has bigger concerns than finding his transfer destination.

Kendrick was arrested Friday in his hometown of Rock Hill, South Carolina. According to The State’s report, Kendrick faces charges for unlawful carrying of a handgun and simple possession of marijuana. The report states Kendrick was asleep in his girlfriend’s car with the gun in his lap when officers observed him at 3 a.m. Friday. A small amount of marijuana was also found. Kendrick was the sole occupant of the vehicle.

“He was located asleep in his girlfriend’s vehicle with a black Glock 19 9mm semi-automatic pistol sitting in his lap,” the warrant states. Kendrick does not have a concealed weapons permit, according to the warrant.

The arrest comes just days after 247Sports reported that Alabama, Georgia and Florida were interested in signing Kendrick from the portal. Texas and TCU were also named as interested teams.

Kendrick appeared in 39 career games (23 starts) and was credited with 71 tackles (4.0 for loss), 12 pass breakups, three interceptions (including one returned 38 yards for a touchdown), one sack and one fumble recovery (returned 66 yards for a touchdown). He was named First-Team All-ACC last season. Dabo Swinney confirmed Kendrick had been dismissed from the program in late February.