According to a family member, former Notre Dame offensive lineman Chauncey Incarnato hasn't made a decision on where he'll be transferring, but he does have a favorite.
"IU is at the top of his list right now," Chauncey's father, Lawrence Incarnato, said on Sunday. "He's interested (in Indiana), but he hasn't made any decisions. He hasn't 100 percent said anything yet about what he's going to do."
While no timetable was given for a decision, it is likely that it will have to come this week so that Incarnato has time to get enrolled at his next school in time to start the fall semester.
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive tackle from Dover, Ohio, left Notre Dame nearly two weeks ago, and has been weighing his collegiate options ever since.
Earlier this month, the elder Incarnato told the South Bend Tribune that Chauncey had about eight offers, including three from the Big Ten.
Incarnato was expected to be a contributor on the offensive line for the Irish this season before he decided to depart Coach Charlie Weis' program. An All-Ohio Division III honorable mention All-State choice as a junior and senior, Incarnato didn't play as a true freshman for the Irish last fall.
Incarnato, who picked Notre Dame over Pitt and West Virginia two years ago, was Scout.com's 58th-ranked offensive lineman in the 2004 recruiting class.
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