Former Ohio State wing Musa Jallow has found a new home.

Tuesday, Jallow announced via Twitter that he has committed to Charlotte to continue his college basketball career. He entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal following the 2020-21 season. He spent four years with the Buckeyes before deciding to explore other opportunities outside of Columbus.

Jallow played three seasons for Ohio State and redshirted during the 2019-20 because of an injury to his right ankle. He bounced back last season, appearing in 26 games and making 5 starts. He concluded the past season by averaging 2.9 points and 2.2 rebounds per game.

Ohio State finished the year with a 21-10 record and earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Jallow played in 94 career games while in Columbus, including 28 starts. He scored a total of 260 points, grabbed 205 rebounds and dished out 67 assists during his three seasons on the floor with the Buckeyes.

At Charlotte, Jallow will have two years of eligibility to use.