Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant is closing in on a transfer decision.

According to a report from Woody Womack of Rivals, Bryant has set a decision date for Dec. 4. At that time, we’ll finally learn where the former Tigers quarterback will spend his final season of college eligibility.

Bryant was the starting quarterback at Clemson last season and through the first four weeks of the thisĀ  year. He accumulated a 16-2 record with the Tigers, which included an appearance in the College Football Playoff semi-final game last year.

After the fourth game, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney announced that freshman Trevor Lawrence would take over starting duties for the Tigers, prompting Bryant’s departure.

There isn’t much interest Bryant has in B1G programs according to reports. He’s taken visits to North Carolina, Arkansas, and Missouri. He also has visits planned at Mississippi State and Miami over the next two weeks.

Bryant threw for 2,802 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2017, and added 665 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground. Through four games this season, Bryant accounted for 600 total yards of offense and four total touchdowns.