One of the biggest names still on the college football graduate transfer market is Clemson RB Tavien Feaster.

Feaster is finishing up his studies at Clemson this summer, and then plans to leave the school so he’s eligible to play for his new team right away.

Recently, he visited South Carolina, and the Gamecocks are very much in the mix for his services. He recapped his contact with the Gamecocks for The State:

“I went to a 7-on-7 at South Carolina to watch my high school play, and I talked to the coaches while I was up there a little bit. They said I can come in and help them,” Feaster said. “Both schools have pros and cons. I couldn’t make a decision right now between the two. When I sat down and put it all on paper and in perspective, those two stood out.”

The other school Feaster is talking about is Virginia Tech. He seems to be down to the Gamecocks and Hokies when it comes to making his choice.

He’ll graduate this summer, so things should start moving quickly when it comes to his transfer.