Guard Rylan Bergersen follows Jahshire Hardnett out the door at BYU. Both are transferring, coach Dave Rose announces

Boise’s Bergersen has two years of eligibility remaining but must sit out a year; Hardnett is graduating this spring and will be immediately eligible as a fifth-year grad-transfer

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Brigham Young Cougars guard Rylan Bergersen (1) tosses a pass, in basketball action between Brigham Young Cougars and Rice Owls, at the Marriott Center in Provo, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018.

Another BYU basketball player has announced that he is leaving the program.

Sophomore guard Rylan Bergersen is transferring, coach Dave Rose announced Thursday.

Last week, junior guard Jashshire Hardnett said on Twitter that he is leaving BYU as a graduate-transfer with one season of eligibility remaining.

Neither departure comes as a big surprise.

Bergersen, 6-foot-6, played two seasons for BYU but averaged just 1.9 points and 0.7 rebounds in his career in Provo. He hasn’t played more than 10 minutes in a game since getting 12 minutes against Pepperdine on Jan. 17.

Bergersen, from Boise, will have to sit out next year due to NCAA transfer rules and will have two years of eligibility remaining. He has put his name in the NCAA’s transfer portal.

Hardnett played in 55 games and made 47 starts at BYU. The 6-foot guard from Gulfport, Miss., averaged 7.4 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists this season, but missed large portions of the season with a bruised left hand.

Hardnett noted on Twitter that he expects to graduate from BYU this spring and will become the first college graduate in his family.