In the constantly changing world of college basketball, Oregon State junior guard Sean Miller-Moore is just the latest player to enter his name into the transfer portal, as he tweeted out that he would be searching for a new home on Monday night.
A JUCO transfer from Moberly Area Community College prior to the 2019-2020 season, Miller-Moore saw action in 29 games this past season for the Beavers, averaging 8.9 minutes, 2.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per game. The 6’ 5”, 200-pounder did shoot an efficient 67.9% from the floor, but never found a cemented role within the team and often saw action in fragmented sections. Miller-Moore is the second player to leave the program this off-season, after forward Payton Dastrup announced his decision to leave at the start of last month.
With Miller-Moore leaving town, Oregon State’s scholarship situation going forward still remains a bit murky, with 14 players now under scholarship heading into the summer.