One Virginia forward is opting to hit the transfer portal after a season in the program.

On Monday, Isaac Traudt — a 6-foot-10 forward out of Nebraska — announced he was hitting the portal. Traudt specifically cited a desire to continue his college career closer to home, so it will be interesting to see where his next destination takes him.

“I’m so thankful for the relationships I was able to build the past year at Virginia,” Traudt wrote on social media. “Thank you to the staff for believing in me and my abilities and for treating me well. Thank you to the community for the support and for welcoming me to Virginia. I’d like to also thank my teammates for the relationships I was able to form with each and every one of them.

“After a lot of thought and consideration, I realized that nothing means more to me than home. So, I am officially entering the transfer portal to pursue an opportunity closer to my loved ones.”

Coming out of high school, Traudt was a 4-star prospect, the top player out of Nebraska and the 64th player in the country per the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.