After Alvin Kamara was granted his release from the University of Alabama, there was immediate speculation that he was considering a transfer to Clemson. While there was plenty of speculation, Kamara has finally made a visit to Clemson, first reported by 247 Sports.
Kamara, a former four-star recruit, was not allowed to transfer to any other SEC team after leaving the Crimson Tide program.
Due to the NCAA transfer rules, Kamara will be forced to sit out for the 2014 college football season before he is able to play for his new team.
Florida State, Oklahoma State and UCLA are also considered options for Kamara, but the Clemson Tigers remain the favorite after losing their top two rushers from a year ago – Roderick McDowell and quarterback Tajh Boyd.