Tevin Mack is officially on the Clemson men's basketball roster.

Clemson head basketball coach Brad Brownell announced the addition of the former Dreher standout Friday morning.

As a graduate transfer, Mack will be immediately eligible and will not have to sit out this season.

“We’re really excited about the addition of Tevin to our Clemson basketball family,” Brownell said in a statement. 

“He’s a talented offensive player who can score in a variety of ways. His experience and versatility will be a tremendous asset to our team. It’s special for us and for Tevin and his family, as a home state talent, to play his graduate year at Clemson."

Mack averaged 9.0 points and 3.3 rebounds for Alabama last season, making 24 starts while playing in 34 games.

He averaged 20.6 minutes per contest, shot 41.7 percent from the field and added 28 assists, 16 blocks and 11 steals, while scoring more 300 points last season.

He posted in double-figures on 16 occasions, including 20+ points four times. His season-high of 25 points came against Georgia on Feb. 6. Mack finished 10-for-16 from the floor and 5-of-7 from behind the arc.

Before coming to Tuscaloosa, Mack spent two seasons playing for the Texas Longhorns (2015-17). While at Texas, Mack played in 48 games and made 10 starts. He finished with double-digit points 16 times, including three games of 20 or more points.

He led the Longhorns in 2016-17 with 14.8 points per game and three-point percentage (39.1 percent) despite playing just 15 contests.

Mack played graduated from Dreher High School and finished his career ranked as the No. 48 overall prospect in the nation by ESPN, No. 51 by 247Sports and No. 61 by Rivals.com. Brownell was hot on the trail of Mack when he was at Dreher and after a few detours, the two men will be working together in the 2019-2020 season.