South Carolina star cornerback Cam Smith is likely about to play his final game at Williams-Brice Stadium and head to the NFL next season, according to a report in The State.

Smith said Tuesday that Saturday night’s game against 5th-ranked Tennessee will “more than likely” be his final home contest at South Carolina.

The junior is considered to be one of the top defensive back prospects for next year’s NFL Draft. In fact, ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. rated Smith as the No. 19 player overall in the draft and the No. 2 cornerback in this year’s draft class.

Smith has 19 tackles, 6 pass breakups and an interception so far this season for the Gamecocks.

“Smith’s ball skills stand out on tape,” Kiper wrote earlier this month. “He flips his hips in coverage, tracks the ball in the air and has the instincts to find it and make a play. … Smith also has excellent arm length, which helps his ability to create deflections. He has a good feel in coverage and makes things look easy.”

He was not included on the initial list of Gamecocks who will be honored during Saturday’s Senior Day festivities.

Smith will try to help the Gamecocks upset the high-flying Volunteers in what looks to be his swang song in Columbia.