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Clemson defensive back Korrin Wiggins is one of the top remaining transfers in college football, and it looks like he is nearing a decision.

According to TigerNet.com, Wiggins has narrowed down his transfer choices to Michigan, Oregon, East Carolina, and Maryland. Wiggins graduated in May and should be eligible to transfer to his new school immediately.

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Wiggins is restricted from transferring to any team on Clemson’s 2017 schedule.

Wiggins sat out the entire 2015 season due to an ACL injury, and he miss quite a bit of the 2016 season thanks to further injuries. However, Wiggins proved to be a playmaker prior to his injuries, and his 2014 season with Clemson where he recorded 34 total tackles (3.5 TFL) and two interceptions is proof that he can make a difference if he can stay on the field.

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