Wendell Green is moving on from Auburn.

The Tigers’ starting point guard announced that decision on Sunday afternoon. His departure leaves a big hole for Auburn, as he started all 34 games for the Tigers in 2022-23.

Here’s his announcement:

Green averaged 13.7 points and 4.1 assists per game this past season. This was his 2nd year with Auburn after beginning his career at Eastern Kentucky.

Shortly after Green made his announcement, head coach Bruce Pearl released a statement on his departure. Pearl thanked Green for his contributions, which include a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances with the Tigers.

Auburn does have a potential replacement candidate in 4-star freshman guard Aden Holloway, who is signed with the Tigers in the class of 2023. Holloway is the No. 6 point guard in the country, per 247Sports Composite rankings.

The Tigers could also look to pursue a replacement option in the transfer portal. Auburn does not yet have any transfer commitments this cycle.

Auburn finished this past season with a 21-13 record. The Tigers were a No. 9 seed in the NCAA Tournament and reached the 2nd round before being knocked out.