Alex Fudge was one of, well, every scholarship player who left the LSU men’s basketball program this offseason, entering his name in the NCAA transfer portal.

The freshman forward out of Jacksonville, Florida, made some strides as the year went on, and now he’s drawing interest from several teams in the portal.

In addition to new LSU coach Matt McMahon trying to get Fudge to stay around in Baton Rouge, college basketball insider Jon Rothstein reports that Fudge visited Florida this weekend and is also drawing interest from Texas A&M and Georgia from the SEC ranks:

In addition to those 4 SEC schools, Rothstein reports that USC and Marquette have also shown interest in the 6-8 forward.

Fudge appeared in 29 games for Will Wade’s Tigers last season, making 1 start. He averaged 3.3 points and 3.2 rebounds per contest.