There’s been no shortage of former Terps showing up big in the NBA this season. Last night was Jake Layman’s turn.

Coming off the bench, Layman put up his first career double-double in a 111-101 win over the New York Knicks.

The former Terp, in his third season with the Portland Trail Blazers, has seen his minutes increase throughout the season. He’s been a feature in the rotation and has started 20 of Portland’s 30 games this year, but last night was still a first.

In 22 minutes, Layman got just what he needed to reach the double-double, picking up 10 points and 10 rebounds. He also added four assists and one three-pointer to his totals, shooting 3-of-5 from the field overall.

You can check out the highlight dunk from his stellar performance here.

This may be Layman’s first double-double in the NBA, but he reached the mark seven times in his four years at Maryland.

The best of those performances came against Michigan State in 2015, where he piled up 23 points and 12 rebounds in a 75-59 win over the Spartans.

We may be biased, but we see a lot more double-doubles in his future.