LSU has been known to block former players from transferring to select destinations under Ed Orgeron. Apparently, that won’t be the case with Maea Teuhema with one exception — he heads west of Baton Rouge to finish his college career.

If you missed the news Wednesday evening, Teuhema was granted his full release from LSU just hours after the school suspended him indefinitely. A starting offensive lineman the last two seasons, Teuhema’s absence will most certainly be felt considering the Tigers’ lack of depth up front. Thankfully, with LSU only in the first week of fall camp, there will be plenty of time to adjust to his departure.

As for Teuhema, he has been given permission to speak with four schools, according to Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated: Houston, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and USC.

Originally from Texas, Teuhema was an Under Armour All-American selection coming out of high school in 2015. He signed with LSU over UCLA and Oklahoma.