New Mexico State's K.C. Ross-Miller will to transfer to Auburn

Auburn basketball scored a commitment from New Mexico State transfer K.C. Ross-Miller.He'll be able to play immediately and has one year of eligibility remaining according to an ESPN report.Ross-Miller averaged 8.3 points and 3.5 assists last season at NMSU where he started 29 of 30 games.He was suspended for two games for his part in an altercation at the end of the Aggies loss at Utah Valley. Ross-Miller hurled the ball at a Utah Valley player after the game was over in what NMSU coach Marvin Menzies called an "embarrassing" incident after a "heated" game.It was the final game Ross-Miller appeared in for New Mexico State.He's the second commitment for Auburn's new coaching staff. Junior college forward Cinmeon Bowers committed to Bruce Pearl's program last month.