Commitment Update

Early signing day for college football starts in a little more than a week, and grad transfers are a part of the classes that are coming together. Here’s where graduate transfers are heading.

Tony Nicholson, WR, Baylor to New Mexico St

Miles Fox, DL, Old Dominion to Wake Forest

Remus Bulmer, RB, Sam Houston St (FCS) to The Citadel (FCS)

John Kolar, QB, Oklahoma St to Iowa St (Where he will join his brother

Quinten Dormady, Houston to Central Michigan (The always rare double grad transfer)

Recapping Intended Grad Transfers

The semester is wrapping up on campuses around the country, and more college football players have announced their intention to grad transfer.

Here’s the most recent guys added to the intended graduate transfer list. Lots of FCS and DII players on the list!

Offensive Line:

Jacob Capra, Oregon

Nathan Eldridge, Arizona

Defensive Back:

Justin Bickham, Rice

Houston Robert, Rice

Mason Gray, Albany

Quarterback

De’Andre Johnson, FAU (Formerly of Last Chance U)

London Johnson, Charleston Southern

Specialists

Anthony Reyes, Kicker, Dixie St

Jack Pawloski, Punter, Elon

Zane Cox, Punter, Tennessee-Martin

Other

Derrick Clark, RB, Cal

Joey Fields, WR, Central Connecticut St

Who likes commits?

We’re starting to see a surge in guys deciding where they want to be for the Spring Semester. Graduate transfers can make the move whenever their degree is complete, and many guys take advantage of the college football calendar to get a head start with their new squad.

Here are the latest movers:

Kelly Bryant, QB, Clemson to Missouri (Maybe one of the highest profile grad transfers we’ll see this off-season)

Jonathan Nash, WR, Arkansas to Missouri

Darrion Daniels, DL, Oklahoma St to Nebraska (Where he joins his younger brother)

Jonathan Greenard, DL/LB, Louisville to Florida (This one may come off the board - his status is somewhat unclear)

Grad transfer season is in full swing

‘Tis the season for college football players deciding to take their graduate transfer exceptions. We’re seeing players from teams that missed bowl games on the move at the moment. Here’s a list of the guys we’ve seen over the last couple of days who are looking to grad transfer:

Tight End:

Tyler Davis, UCONN

Austin Dorris, Indiana

Jess Trussell, Purdue

Offensive Line:

DaVondre Love, Indiana

Zeke Martin, Illinois

Adam Solomon, Illinois

Aaron Mends, Linebacker, Iowa

Charlie Fessler, Wide Receiver, Northwestern

Alex Delton, Quarterback, Kansas State

Keep checking back - we’re already seeing commits.

Most recent football additions

The names of grad transfers are trickling in. It’s still early in the process - last off-season, we didn’t see the bulk of the activity in college football until after bowl season.

Here are the most recent guys we’ve found who are taking the graduate transfer route:

Anthony Nicholson, WR, Baylor

Emmanuel Esukpa, RB, and Jackson Tyner, QB, Rice

James Gilbert, RB, Ball St

Check back often - this list will keep growing over the next couple of weeks.

Monday football updates

The season is over for most FCS teams and many FBS teams, and that means transfer season is really starting to move in college football. Here's are the names we’ve added to the graduate transfer list tonight.

Trey Harper, LS, Duquesne

Jared Nash, LS, UT-Chattanooga

Riley Neal, QB, Ball State

Kevin Murphy, DL, UConn

Keep checking back. We expect the grad transfer list to grow quickly over the next couple of months.

Grad Transfer Season Is Heating Up

Our list of potential graduate transfers has been slowly growing over the last couple of weeks. But now that the college football regular season is all but over, we’re starting to see an uptick in FBS and FCS players taking their degrees and moving on. In the last week or so, we’ve added:

John Lager, TE, Yale

Michael Tarbutt, K, UCONN

Tommy Kennedy, Butler, OL

John Kolar, QB, Oklahoma St

Markel Smith, RB, Illinois St

Chance Thrasher, QB, Coastal Carolina

Stay tuned - we’re just getting started.

Early Grad Transfer Commits

College football is reaching the end of the regular season, and we’re already seeing grad transfer commits for 2019. Here are the announcements we’ve seen so far.

Manny Bowen, a linebacker, is taking his graduate transfer from Penn State to Utah.

D’Andre Plantin, an offensive lineman, will grad transfer from Virginia Tech to North Texas.

And Steven Nixon, a long snapper, has committed as a grad transfer to Georgia, where he’ll head after finishing his degree at Mercer. We love FCS to FBS grad transfers!

The most recent grad transfers

We’re almost done with October, and we’ve seen a couple more college football players eligible for graduate transfer.

Manny Bowen, a reserve linebacker, is leaving the Penn State squad to preserve his last year of eligibility. He will finish his degree, graduate in December, and be eligible for a new school in January.

D’Andre Plantin, a reserve offensive lineman, is done playing at Virginia Tech. He’ll be eligible for a graduate transfer in the spring.

Also, Justice Shelton-Mosley, a wide receiver, could be a graduate transfer from Harvard. There’s no indication that Shelton-Mosley is looking for a grad transfer, but he’s not eligible to return to the Crimson because of Ivy League injury rules.

A few more grad transfers to be

Over the last week or so, we’ve had a couple of guys reach out to us to help publicize their decisions to use the graduate transfer rule. We’re always happy to comply.

College football coaches, keep an eye out for these guys:

Ceejhay French-Love, a tight end out of Arizona State

Ean Pfeifer, an offensive lineman turned tight end out of Vanderbilt

We’ll be adding links to highlight tape soon.

Coaches, reach out if you’re interested. We’re happy to help you get in touch.

Grad transfers, let us know if you’ve decided to make a move. Coaches are always looking out our site!

College football grad transfers already coming in

A rule change this off-season means guys can redshirt, even after playing 3 or 4 games. The rule is meant for younger players, but we’re starting to see older players taking advantage. We’re seeing players who have found their roles diminished and are deciding to sit out the rest of the season, finishing their degrees, and having eligibility to graduate transfer elsewhere next season.

Here’s the list of players who have thus far made the decision to find a new opportunity next season:

Jalen Harris, Tight End, Auburn

Jalen McCleskey, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

Jonathan Nance, Wide Receiver, Arkansas

Remus Bulmer, Running Back, Sam Houston St

Stay tuned - there’s certainly going to be more additions before the regular season is over.

Programming notes

Hi everyone. Sorry for the lack of blog posts. It's been a busy summer, and while we've been keeping the site up to date, we haven't had time to post all of the grad transfer moves in college football and college basketball.

If you've discovered the site in the last couple of days thanks to this article, welcome! And many thanks to Nicole Auerbach for the write up.

We'll be posting the graduate transfer list for 2019 once the 2018 season underway and will keep the committed list active in case there's someone who slipped through the cracks.

This week's college basketball grad transfers

Getting you caught up on college basketball grad transfers:

Jalyn Patterson, a guard, will grad transfer from LSU to Texas Southern.

Ryan Johnson, a wing, is using his graduate transfer to move to Delaware after finishing his degree at Mercer.

Adonis De La Rosa, a center, has announced his grad transfer from Kent State to Illinois.

Jarrett Givens, a guard, will graduate transfer from DII Adams St to Austin Peay.

Shadrac Casimir, a guard, is taking the grad transfer route from Iona to Florida-Gulf Coast.

Matz Stockman, a center, will be a graduate transfer from Minnesota to Cal.

And Ehab Amin, a guard, will grad transfer from Texas A&M-Corpus-Christi to Oregon.

Latest hoops news

Graduate transfers are still trickling in as summer workouts get underway.

Josh Webster, a guard, is taking a grad transfer from Texas Tech to Missouri State.

Cheddi Mosely, a guard, will graduate transfer from Boston University to La Salle.

Akoy Agau, a center, will grad transfer from SMU to Louisville, where he started his career.

Braedon Bayer, a guard, will use his graduate transfer from Syracuse to Siena.

College football grad transfers from the last few days

Here's the latest college football grad transfers that we've come across.

Berkley Edwards, a running back, will graduate transfer from Central Michigan to Michigan.

Giovanni Gentosi, a running back / full back, will grad transfer from UCLA to Rice.

Andrew Brown, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Florida International to FCS Tennessee-Chattanooga.

College football news

Here's the latest grad transfer news from college football.

Brandon Kennedy, an offensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Alabama to Tennessee.

Wake Forest has added two grad transfers on special teams. Darren Ford, a kicker / punter, will use the grad transfer rule to join the Deacs from Division III Hope College. Eric Osteen, a kicker, will be a graduate transfer from Army. Osteen is an interesting story - he's coming back to college football after five years on active duty.

Freddie Canteen, a wide receiver, will grad transfer from Notre Dame to Tulane. He's the very rare two school graduate transfer.

Newest college football grad transfers

Here's an update on the latest graduate transfer activity in college football.

Chase Harrell, a wide receiver, will grad transfer from Kansas to Arkansas.

Jeff George, a quarterback, will grad transfer from Illinois to Michigan.

Walter Brady, a defensive lineman, will take his graduate transfer from Middle Tennessee.

College basketball updates

Here's the latest grad transfer activity in college basketball.

Geno Crandall, a guard, will graduate transfer out of North Dakota.

Adonis De La Rosa, a center, will take his grad transfer from Kent State.

Another seven foot center, Matz Stockman, will use the graduate transfer rule and leave Minnesota.

As for commits, Ray Miller, a guard, will grad transfer from UMass to Albany.

Tory Miller-Stewart, a guard, will be a graduate transfer from Colorado to Denver.

And Fallou Ndoye, a center, will grad transfer from Cal State Bakersfield to Santa Clara.

Newly committed college football grad transfers

Here's the latest college football grad transfer news.

Jomon Dotson, an athlete who has played both corner back and running back, is leaving Washington as a graduate transfer and heading to Nevada.

Winston Dimel, a running back / full back, is leaving Kansas State, where he played for his father, and taking a grad transfer to UTEP, where he'll play for his father.

Adam Shuler, a defensive lineman, is taking a grad transfer from West Virginia to Florida.