A Michigan guard has decided to enter his name into the NCAA transfer portal and will explore his options outside of Ann Arbor.

On Monday, The Michigan Insider reported that sophomore guard David DeJulius has entered his name in the portal. Per the report, DeJulius does not have any plans to return to the Wolverines’ basketball program next season.

This past season, DeJulius competed in 31 games at Michigan and averaged 7.0 points per game. After completing his sophomore season at UM, DeJulius will have two years of eligibility remaining.

Unless he receives an immediate eligibility waiver from the NCAA, DeJulius will have to sit out for the 2020-21 season before being eligible for the 2021-22 campaign. It is unclear if the guard has any potential destinations in mind as of right now.

DeJulius took on an expanded role for the Wolverines this season, the first under head coach Juwan Howard. With Michigan loading up on talent at the guard positions, it’s possible that DeJulius may have been a rotational player again next season.

Michigan ended the year with a 19-12 record overall and a 10-10 mark in B1G play.