Jordan Tucker's recruitment to Duke was brief, and his stay in Durham was short-lived as well.

The freshman swingman will transfer to another school after just one semester with the Blue Devils, the program announced in a press release Sunday evening. Tucker appeared in just two games for Duke, playing 14 combined minutes and scoring six points.

“We support Jordan and his family’s decision,” head coach Mike Krzyzewski said in the release. “We appreciate his commitment to Duke during his time here. Jordan represented our program well and we wish him the very best moving forward.”

After five-star forward Kevin Knox turned Duke down to go to Kentucky May, the Blue Devils quickly offered Tucker a scholarship, and the 6-foot-7 small forward chose Duke over Syracuse within a week. Tucker was ESPN's No. 42 player in the Class of 2017, but was buried behind the starting five as well as freshmen Alex O'Connell and Jordan Goldwire and sophomore Jack White in the backcourt rotation. He was not in uniform for the Blue Devils' two games so far during winter break against Evansville and Florida State.

The program's press release said Tucker departs the school in good academic standing and intends to play for another Division I team.