South Carolina has reportedly narrowed its search to 3 coaches to replace Frank Martin.

Jeff Goodman of Stadium reported that the coaches in the mix are Murray State’s Matt McMahon, Chattanooga’s Lamont Paris and former South Carolina star and Wake Forest assistant BJ McKie.

McMahon, who led Murray State to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, has coached at Murray State since the 2015 season and besides leading the Racers to the NCAA Tournament over 3 seasons, he’s most known for recruiting current NBA superstar Ja Morant. Entering this season, the Racers have won Ohio Valley Conference games at a .707 clip with a mark of 75-31.

Paris has coached at Chattanooga since 2017, and previously was an assistant at Wisconsin, Akron, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, DePauw, and the College of Wooster. The Mocs also made the NCAA Tournament, but lost in the first round. They went 27-8 this past season.

McKie is a former All-SEC player at South Carolina, and joined the Wake Forest basketball staff ahead of the 2020-21 season after he coached alongside Steve Forbes for 3 seasons at East Tennessee State. McKie joined the ETSU staff prior to the 2017-18 season after a 15-year professional playing career.

Here’s a portion of his Wake Forest bio:

McKie is the most decorated player in South Carolina basketball history. The SEC Freshman of the Year in 1996, he became just the 12th player in league history to be named first team All-SEC by the Associated Press in three seasons. The two-year captain played in 123 consecutive games at guard for the Gamecocks, scoring in double figures in 111 games and collecting 38 games with 20 or more points. McKie was third in the SEC in scoring as a senior in 1999 with a 17.3 average. He helped the Gamecocks to the NCAA Tournament in 1997 and 1998 and represented South Carolina as an SEC Legend in 2011. McKie is one of just five Gamecock players to have his jersey retired after having scored 2,119 points at USC, the most of any Gamecock in school history.