Murphy Holloway said he has "an idea" of where he plans to go to school next year, and is planning to announce his decision at a Wednesday news conference.
The former Mississippi starter said he hasn’t made a firm decision, after being told it was reported that he would walk-on and pay his own way at USC for one season.
"I haven’t decided what I’m going to do, but I do have an idea," Holloway said Monday night. He said the news conference would be at his former high school, Dutch Fork in Irmo.
Holloway would have to pay his own way at USC for one season because Mississippi refused to release him to USC or Clemson. He would then have two years of eligibility remaining.
Mississippi athletics director Pete Boone last week said the denial to USC was because it was an SEC rival, while Clemson was because of "drumbeats" about Holloway and Clemson before he was officially released.
Holloway, a 6-foot-7 forward, averaged more than 10 points and seven rebounds this past season while starting 29 of 34 games.