Rutgers basketball had a disappointing season, to put it simply. The Scarlet Knights started well and looked like a lock for the NCAA Tournament before faltering in early February and never turning it around.

Rutgers lost 6 of their final 8 games of the regular season and fell just 2 games in to the B1G Tournament to Purdue. Because of this, they were the 2nd team left out of the tournament field, right behind Oklahoma State.

And now, the first of what could be many dominoes has fallen. Rutgers guard Jalen Miller entered the transfer portal officially Wednesday morning after 2 seasons in Piscataway. He appeared in 23 games this season and 47 across his career at Rutgers, averaging less than a point per game.

Miller’s career high came against Central Connecticut this season, when he scored 6 points with 3 rebounds.