Former Alabama wing Tevin Mack has found a new home.

The Columbia, South Carolina, native committed to Clemson on Monday, choosing to finish his collegiate career in his home state.

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Last collegiate stop on this marathon and ima make it the best one yet! Locked in and ready to work💯

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This will be Mack’s third transfer in five years after the swingman started his career at Texas before transferring to Alabama.

Since Mack graduated from the University of Alabama in May, he will be able to play immediately for the Tigers as a redshirt senior.

Mack was a key contributor for the Crimson Tide last season, playing in 34 contests and averaging 8.7 points per game. Mack had 16 double-digit scoring games, which was good for third on the team.

Mack is the fourth player to transfer from Alabama this offseason after the Crimson Tide parted ways with Avery Johnson and hired former Buffalo coach Nate Oats. Oats has been busy filling in those empty roster spots. Alabama will add two transfers in Jahvon Quinerly and James Bolden while also bringing in five freshmen.

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