Caleb Mills, a veteran guard at Florida State, has reportedly announced his plans for next season.

Mills told Jon Rothstein that he’s entering the transfer portal after he spent the last 2 seasons with the Seminoles and last season averaged 13 points, 3.4 assists and 3 rebounds per game. While Mills is the first Seminole to announce transfer portal plans, there’s expected to be more to come. Coach Leonard Hamilton late in the season said he expected to add 3 to 4 transfers ahead of next season.

Mills came to Florida State from Houston after he was the AAC Preseason Player of the Year.

The Arden, North Carolina native was recruited out of high school by the likes of Marquette, Tennessee, Cincinnati, Wake Forest, Clemson and Georgia Tech.