Purdue senior offensive lineman Eric Miller has entered the transfer portal.

Miller shared the news on Twitter mid-day Tuesday. He’ll depart West Lafayette as a grad transfer and should have no shortage of suitors at the Power 5 level as an older tackle with quite a bit of starting experience.

“I am incredibly grateful for the 5 years I have called West Lafayette home,” Miller wrote.

At 6-foot-7 and 305 pounds, Miller has been a stalwart for the Boilermakers in recent years. He played the most snaps of any offensive lineman last season and was fourth on the team in snaps during the 2021 campaign. He has started every game over the last 2 seasons for Purdue, playing on both sides of the line.

Miller was a 3-star recruit out of the 2018 class. A native of Mason, Ohio, Miller’s offer list featured Purdue as the only Power 5 program. He took a redshirt his first year, then appeared in 11 games in 2019 (2 starts) and all 6 games during the COVID-shortened 2020 campaign.

With his departure, Purdue will have lost 3 of its top 6 offensive linemen from last year’s squad. Spencer Holstege transferred to UCLA and Sione Finau transferred to Arizona State.

The Boilermakers do, however, return left tackle Mahamane Moussa and right guard Marcus Mbow — both of whom played in all 14 games last year — and will hope to have Gus Hartwig back at full strength after a leg injury late in the season ended his year early. Purdue has also added guard Jalen Grant, a 3-year starter at Bowling Green.