According to a report from 247Sports.com on Monday, it appears that former Alabama Crimson Tide running back Alvin Kamara is considering a transfer to the Clemson Tigers. Kamara is expected to meet with Tigers running backs coach Tony Elliot on Monday night.
Florida State and Oklahoma State are also expected to be in the mix for Kamara’s services, but the report appears to indicate that Clemson will be the team to beat.
If Kamara joins the Tigers, he will be their replacement for Roderick McDowell.
Kamara was lost in a crowded backfield at Alabama, so he requested and was granted his release from the Crimson Tide a few days ago.
Because of NCAA transfer rules, Kamara will be forced to sit out next season, but he will have four years of eligibility remaining once he is able to begin playing for his new school in 2015.