Kerr Kriisa is back in the transfer portal, according to a report.

ESPN’s Jonathan Givony was first to share that news on Friday. The decision to re-enter the portal comes nearly a week after West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins announced his resignation.

“It’s been a crazy and busy week,” Kriisa told ESPN. “I’m deeply sorry about the situation, as I was really looking forward to playing for Coach Huggins. Huggs will always be my guy. I’ve only known him for a few months now, but he is the most genuine man I have ever met. He is the man.”

Kriisa left Arizona this offseason after a prolific start to his career with the Wildcats. He spent 3 seasons at Arizona and averaged nearly 10 points per game in his last 2 campaigns.

He’ll now re-enter the portal in search of a new destination. Kriisa was linked to Memphis, Cincinnati and Nebraska before committing to West Virginia earlier this offseason.

Arizona replaced Kriisa’s production with a pair of high-profile transfer additions in the back court: North Carolina’s Caleb Love and Alabama’s Jaden Bradley.