UPDATE: Tevin Mack officially entered his name in the NCAA Transfer Portal on Wednesday. New Crimson Tide coach Nate Oats confirmed that he now has an open scholarship when he talked to reporters at SEC meetings in Destin, Florida on Wednesday afternoon.

Rising redshirt senior Tevin Mack withdrew his name from the NBA draft pool, but it appears he still won’t be returning to Alabama to play his final season of college basketball.

It is expected that the forward will enter the NCAA transfer portal by Wednesday, according to a report by 247 Sports. Since Mack has already graduated from Alabama, he will be immediately eligible to play at his next collegiate destination, which will be his third stop in five years after starting his career at Texas and then transferring to Alabama.

Mack played in 34 games this past season, making 24 starts. He ranked third on the team in double-figure scoring games and fourth in scoring average at 8.7 points per game while shooting 42% from the field.

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