Clemson graduate transfer DT Scott Pagano visiting Oklahoma

Tyler James
South Bend Tribune

Scott Pagano’s search for a graduate transfer destination continued this weekend.

The former Clemson defensive tackle traveled to Oklahoma for another visit.

The Sooners are the second football program to host Pagano since he declared his intentions to transfer in February. Notre Dame hosted Pagano for his first visit in early March.

Pagano told ND Insider on Saturday that he will be at Oklahoma until Sunday afternoon. He will also make a visit to Oregon next weekend.

The 6-foot-3, 295-pound defensive lineman graduated from Clemson in December. Upon transfer, Pagano will be immediately eligible to play one last season of college football.

Pagano totaled 31 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss and two sacks in 12 games played for the national champions last season. Pagano started four games for the Tigers and missed three games with a broken bone in his foot.

Pagano finished his Clemson career with 92 tackles, 6.5 tackles for a loss and two sacks while playing 705 snaps in 31 games with 13 starts.

Rivals ranked Pagano as a four-star recruit and the No. 22 defensive tackle coming out of Honolulu (Hawaii) Moanalua High School in the 2013 class. 247Sports slated him as a three-star recruit and the No. 30 defensive tackle.

Clemson graduate transfer Scott Pagano (left) with Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield during Pagano's visit to Oklahoma this weekend. (Photo provided)