Tory Miller-Stewart’s intent to leave Colorado became public in March.
Three months later, it appears as though he’s found his home.
The former Colorado forward has committed to play basketball at Denver, according to a report from College Court Report.
Miller-Stewart appeared in just six games for the Buffaloes in 2017-18 before suffering a broken foot that ended his season. The 6-foot-9, 246-pound senior made his desire to pursue a graduate transfer destination public via an announcement by coach Tad Boyle, who was saving a scholarship for Miller-Stewart if he wanted it. The rise of younger big men such as Lucas Siewert and Dallas Walton made it clear Miller-Stewart might not receive the playing time he’d want if he decided to stay.
He will instead move down the road to Denver, where he’ll be eligible to play immediately.
Miller-Stewart averaged 6.2 points and 4.7 rebounds last season, including two 11-point outings. For his career, he averaged 4.8 points and 3.7 rebounds in 101 games played (14 starts).