Andrew Mukuba, one of the top defenders for Clemson in recent years, has reportedly made a decision about the 2024 season.

Mukuba has entered the transfer portal, according to 247Sports.

Mukuba has 149 career tackles (4.5 for loss), a sack, 20 pass breakups, 2 fumble recoveries and an interception in 1,734 snaps over 35 games (31 starts).

He made an immediate impact in 2021, earning Freshman All-American honors, and was named ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year. That year, he became the first true freshman defensive back to start a season opener for Clemson since the NCAA instituted permanent freshman eligibility in 1972.

Mukuba started more games (10) in the defensive backfield in 2021 than any Clemson true freshman in the modern era.

The 6 foot and 195 pounder is from Austin, Texas.

This season, the safety has 45 tackles (2 for loss), 7 pass breakups and a fumble recovery in 578 snaps over 10 games, all starts.