The son of Master P has entered the college basketball transfer portal.

Freshman point guard Hercy Miller — his father is named Percy Miller — will transfer from Tennessee State. Miller averaged three points and 11 minutes per game at Tennessee State this season, but he was recently ruled out for the season with a leg injury.

Like college football quarterback Quinn Ewers, Miller is transferring after making a lot of money — $2 million — in an NIL deal.

Master P recently told TMZ that universities have been showing interest in Hercy, who will have four years of eligibility remaining.

P also told us universities have been attempting to re-recruit Hercy now that he has been granted 4 years of college eligibility … despite playing in a handful of games for Tennessee State.

Miller was a three-star recruit out of Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis) and chose Tennessee State over several big programs. Via The Undefeated in March:

The 6-foot-3, 160-pound senior passed over better known Division I college programs such as LSU, Vanderbilt, Missouri, UCLA, University of Southern California and Western Kentucky to select Tennessee State, a historically Black school in Nashville, Tennessee.

So, perhaps Miller will consider going to to one of those schools this time around.

[Photo Credit: Fox 17 Nashville]

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