Oklahoma infielder Max McGwire, the son of former MLB slugger Mark McGwire, has entered the transfer portal. Matt Zenitz of On3 was first to report the news.
McGwire was a top-100 recruit coming out of high school, according to Perfect Game.
During his freshman season with the Sooners, McGwire had a .189 batting average with two home runs.
It's too early to determine where McGwire will resume his college baseball career. Perhaps he'll join a program where he'll have a more prominent role.
McGwire started in 16 games for the Sooners this past season.
Baseball fans will be eager to see where McGwire goes next for a plethora of reasons.
For starters, McGwire is a promising player with three years of eligibility reamining. Additionally, fans are eager to see where he'll go because he's the son of a 12-time All-Star.