Former Oregon State OL Tanner Miller is on his way to the Big Ten.

Miller, an impact offensive lineman on the interior for the Beavers, confirmed Sunday that he is heading to Michigan State. Miller was named a second-team all-conference performer in the Pac-12 this season and made 40 career appearances for the Beavers at right guard and center.

His versatility means Miller could start at a handful of different positions along the line for the Spartans, but he’s an immediate upgrade at a position of need for Jonathan Smith’s first season in East Lansing.

Smith has made some quick work overhauling Michigan State’s roster, including other ex-Beavers joining him with the Spartans. Quarterback Aidan Chiles and tight end Jack Velling are other former Oregon State products poised to play pivotal roles for Smith.

Overhaul, Miller is the 8th transfer commitment for the Spartans under Smith. Miller will also reunite with OL coach Jim Michalczik in East Lansing, a pivotal assistant as Michigan State gears up for 2024.