Former Texas A&M forward Emanuel Miller has announced his transfer destination.

Miller, who is listed at 6-foot-7, was a key scoring threat for Buzz Williams’ team last season, where he averaged 16.2 points and 8.2 rebounds. Miller, who is originally from Ontario, Canada, announced on social media that he will play at TCU.

Miller was part of a mass exodus for the Aggies this offseason. When he announced his departure, Miller was only the latest in a list of former Aggies, including Savion Flagg, Jay Jay Chandler, and Kevin Marfo who all announced that they would be play for other teams next season.

He will be a difficult player for Williams to replace, at least from a production standpoint.

Miller appeared in 17 games, and made 13 starts as he led the SEC in field goal percentage (57.1 percent), was second in rebounding per game (8.2), seventh in points per game (16.2 ppg) and ninth in free throw percentage (81.7 percent). Miller had a team-high six double-doubles, including five when Miller scored 20-or-more points, which is the most in a season by an Aggie since 1995. As a freshman, he played in all 30 games, and made 25 starts.

Before Miller arrived at College Station, he averaged 17.3 points, 7.3 rebounds and 1.5 assists while competing for Canada at the 2018 FIBA U18 Americas Championship.