A Washington State basketball player has reportedly entered the transfer portal according to VerbalCommits.com. He has a lot of experience at the college level.

D.J. Rodman is the son of former Chicago Bulls forward Dennis Rodman. D.J. spent 2019-2022 at Washington State. Dennis played a role in securing many of the Bulls’ championships in the late 1990s.

D.J. averaged 9.6 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 1.4 assists for the Cougars in 2022.

Rodman was a member of the 2019 class and was unrated as a small forward per the 247Sports Composite. Washington State and Cal State Fullerton were the only two schools to offer the native of San Juan Capistrano, California.

Washington State advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Pac-12 Championship before losing to Oregon. The Cougars accepted their bid to the NIT, but did not make it past the first round after losing to Eastern Washington.

Washington State ended its season with a 17-17 record under Kyle Smith in 2022.

Rodman will be bringing plenty of experience with him to whatever program he goes to next. Rodman played in 111 total games for the Cougars.

Rodman posted a career-high in ppg, rebounds, and assists in 2022. Stay tuned for more updates about Washington State transfers and any other recruiting news.