Two grad transfers on the basketball list

Keyshawn Woods, a guard from Wake Forest, is graduating this spring. Whether he uses his graduate transfer is unclear at the moment, but he does have one year of eligibility remaining. He was the 6th man for the Deacs this year and put up 12 points a game. He's certain to be in demand if he decides to play another year of college basketball.

Meanwhile, Otas Iyekekpolor, a forward from Central Arkansas, is on the grad transfer market. The Canadian transplant has one year of eligibility remaining. He's been a role player for the Bears for the last couple of seasons, and he told us he's looking for another Division 1 opportunity.

College football grad transfer news

Gardner Minshew, the grad transfer who gained national attention after committing to Alabama, is changing direction. The East Carolina quarterback is now heading to Washington State. Minshew expressed a belief that playing in the Cougars' system will give him a better shot at the NFL. Stay tuned to see if Alabama looks into another graduate transfer on the market.

Also, Denzel Fisher, a defensive back, is taking his graduate transfer from UCLA. He spent three years as a reserve for the Bruins and will graduate this spring. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Today's basketball grad transfers (so far)

Brady Ellingson, a guard from Iowa, is taking his graduate transfer this summer. Ellingson was a role player for the Hawkeyes over three seasons, averaging about 3 points in his career over 94 games. He took a redshirt after suffering a foot injury his freshman year. He has one year of college basketball remaining.

Ar'Mond Davis, a guard from Alabama, is also taking a grad transfer. He missed this season with an injury and has a year of eligibility left. He averaged 6 points a game for the Tide in his one healthy season.

Cheddi Mosely, a Boston University guard, will transfer after graduating this spring. He averaged 10.6 points a game in his career, spanning 72 games. His senior year was cut short, allowing him a final year of eligibility.

Joseph Chartouny is taking his graduate transfer from Fordham. He's graduating in the spring (in three years) and has one year of eligibility left.  He's likely going to be a sought after prospect - he's averaged more than 10 points per game every year of his college basketball career.

Baylor grabs a QB

Another quarterback has announced his graduate transfer destination.

Jalan McClendon, formerly of N.C. State, is taking a grad transfer to Baylor. A dual-purpose QB, McClendon threw for 262 yards and ran for 223 in 14 career games for the Wolfpack. He adds immediate depth for the Bears, who only have two scholarship signal callers this spring. McClendon has one year of eligibility remaining.

More additions to the basketball list

Be sure to keep checking back to the college basketball potential transfer list.

The latest is Abdul Lewis, a forward from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He averaged 12 points and 9 rebounds a game for the Highlanders. He's a local kid - a Newark native - so don't be surprised if he ends up in the Tri-State area. Lewis will have one year of eligibility left after he takes his grad transfer.

And be sure to check back - the graduate transfer market will keep on churning over the next few weeks.

Former Michigan WR announces new school

It's been a bit quiet on the grad transfer market for college football. Spring practices are in full swing, and it's likely that we won't see too much activity until depth charts are set in the coming weeks.

But Maurice Ways isn't waiting. He was one of the first players to announce his intention to take a graduate transfer back in November, and now he's decided where he'll play next season. The destination is California, and Ways figures to compete for time in their wide receiver rotation. He appeared in 25 games during his career with the Wolverines and made 8 catches. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

More updates to the basketball grad transfer list

Hope you're enjoying the best college basketball day of the year!

The potential graduate transfer list is kicking growing. Two more additions this evening.

Tariq Owens, a lengthy forward from St. John's, is taking a graduate transfer after he receives his degree in May. Owens appeared in all 33 games for St. John's this season, starting 26 of them. He was an important presence in the middle, averaging almost three blocks a game. Owens has one year of eligibility remaining.

Meanwhile, Ryan Taylor, a guard from Evansville, is exploring the possibility of taking a grad transfer. Taylor was a critical component for the Aces this season, averaging 21 points and 35 minutes a game. He hasn't ruled out the possibility of staying at Evansville, but he's on the list because he is eligible to be a graduate transfer. If he does leave Evansville, he'll have one year of elgibility remaining.

Hoops grad transfers picking up

Three additions to the potential grad transfer list in the basketball section.

Perris Hicks, a guard, is leaving Fordham with his degree this spring. A California native, he played two years of JUCO before transferring to the Bronx to play for the Rams. However, he lost his junior year to injury, which gives him one more year of college basketball. He averaged about seven points per game this season.

Wil Bathurst, a guard / forward in-betweener, is taking a graduate transfer from Cornell to close out his career. He was hurt early in the season, and because the Ivy League doesn't allow redshirting, Bathurst can take that extra year to play elsewhere. He's been a trusted role player for the Big Red.

Tory Miller-Stewart, a forward, is taking his grad transfer from Colorado. A broken foot kept him out for most of this past season, giving him another season of college basketball. Mills-Stewart appeared in 100 games for the Buffaloes and served as an important reserve throughout his career.

Two additions to the basketball list

Two grad transfers to report.

Connor Kern, a guard, has announced his graduate transfer from Arkansas State. Kern's career got off to a slow start because of injury, but he has been an important role player for the Red Wolves over the last two seasons. Because of injury and redshirt, he has two years of college basketball remaining.

Jason Massey, a guard / wing, is taking his grad transfer from Brown. Massey was a role player for the Bears and made 22 career starts. He missed the 2016-2017, and because the Ivy League does not allow more than four years of eligibility, he's looking for a new school to finish up his college basketball career.

Landon and Griffin Commit

More updates to the committed transfer list.

Marcus Griffin, a defensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Arizona to Central Michigan. Griffin failed to make the line rotation during his three years with the Wildcats, appearing in just 11 games. But he was a highly touted prospect coming out of high school, and a change of scenery may spark a big year. He will have one season of eligibility with the Chippewas.

Madre London, a running back, will be a grad transfer to Tennessee. He was a role player at Michigan State, racking up nearly a thousand yards and eight touchdowns in his career. London figures to be a good fit for Tennessee's new pro-style offense, and he'll have one season of eligibility to make an impact. This is the third graduate transfer the Vols have landed this month.

Trio of Rice grad transfers commit

Getting caught up on this weekend's news...

Calvin Anderson, perhaps the most hyped graduate transfer we've ever seen, has committed to play for Texas. Anderson was a three year starter for the Owls, and he was highly touted as one of the few highlights of Rice's offense last season. He figures to fit right away into the Longhorns' offensive line. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

JT Ibe, a defensive back, will be playing college football at South Carolina next season. Ibe was a three year starter for the Owls and was consistently among the team leader in tackles. He provides immediate experience to a young Gamecocks secondary. He has on year of eligibility remaining.

Preston Gordon, a defensive lineman, will take his grad transfer to Texas Tech. Gordon was a three year starter for Owls, and he figures to step in immediately to the Red Raiders' defensive line rotation. He also has one year of eligibility remaining.


Updates to the Potential Transfer List

Caleb Eagans reached out to us directly to let us know he's seeking a graduate transfer to play college football. He hasn't played college football since the 2014 season, but he had a successful career running track for Texas A&M. Those skills are sure to translate. Read the story on Caleb - he's had a difficult path, but looks like a natural athlete. He aims to play wide receiver and return kicks, and he told us he has two years of eligibility remaining.

Also, Toriano Roundtree is taking a grad transfer from Louisville. He's an offensive lineman who saw time as a role player over the last two seasons. He's already taking visits, so we may know more about where he ends up soon.

A couple of committed tranfers

Dylan Collie, a wide receiver who previously played for Hawaii, has taken his graduate transfer to BYU. He's an interesting story, having started his career with the Cougars before taking a religious mission and deciding to transfer to the Warriors. Collie has more than 1,300 yards receiving in his career, and he has one year of eligibility remaining. And if the name Collie sounds familiar, that's because his older brother played a few years for the Indianapolis Colts.

And while one player is leaving Hawaii, another one is coming in. Kolney Cassel is taking a grad transfer from Sacramento State to play his final year of college football in the system he started his career in. Cassel originally signed up to play quarterback at SMU, but transferred following a coaching change. And now, Hawaii is bringing back the Run 'N Shoot, and Cassel is well versed in the system. According to our source, Cassel will enroll this summer. However, he'll be on the field this fall.

A few changes to the college football list

Dwayne Wallace, an offensive lineman from California-Berkeley who sat out the 2017 season, is no longer committed to Ole Miss. Wallace pledged to go to the Rebels a month ago as a graduate transfer, but according to reports, the coaching staff has decided to go in a different direction. Wallace is now back on the Potential Transfer list and is still eligible to play FBS football this fall.

Meanwhile, Dalvin Warmack, has decided to stay at Kansas State. The running back announced his intent to take a grad transfer last month, but has had a change of heart. He figures to be part of the running back rotation for the Wildcats this fall.

Calixte taking grad transfer

Aaron Calixte, who's just finishing an All-Conference season as a guard for Maine, is taking his graduate transfer for his last year of college basketball. Maine announced a coaching change today, so this move isn't a huge surprise. Calixte missed most of his junior season, enabling him to have one year of eligibility left. It'll be interesting to see where he ends up - he averaged 17 points per game and 90% from the free throw line this season.