Khaleil Rodgers, an offensive lineman graduating from USC, is flipping his commitment from Iowa State to North Carolina. Rodgers was a rotation player at USC, but obviously other Power 5 schools think enough of his talent to fight for his services. Rodgers joins Cameron Dillard as a grad transfer on the offensive line at USC.
Jordan Martin, formerly a Toledo Rocket, will be joining the Syracuse Orange this summer. Martin is a 6"3" defensive back, and that certainly helped him attract interest from a number of Power 5 schools. Martin played as a true freshman at Toledo, but missed the 2015 season with a torn ACL. He'll have one year of eligibility left this fall.
Earlier this off-season, Syracuse brought in defensive back Devin Butler as a graduate transfer from Notre Dame. He is already on campus.
Brice Ramsey and Reggie Wilkerson, two redshirt juniors, will play their final season of college football elsewhere next season.
Ramsey, a quarterback, has been used sparingly over the past three seasons. He's thrown for 582 yards and four touchdowns in his career. Ramsey also chipped in as a punter during his career.
Reggie Wilkerson, a defensive back, appeared in 20 games over his career, contributing 17 tackles and one interception.
No word yet on where either of the former Bulldogs are heading after they graduate in May.
Cameron Dillard, formerly of Florida, is taking a graduate transfer to UNC. Dillard started 20 games over his career for the Gators on the offensive line. He's been one of the bigger names on the transfer market this spring, especially because he's already married and has a kid. He has one year of eligibility left in 2017.
Austin Valdez, a redshirt junior who had an All-Conference season for Bowling Green in 2015, is looking to play college football at a different school next year. Bowling Green's fortunes dipped after a coaching change before 2016, and Valdez was hurt for much of the season. But many schools are likely to be eager for the services of a player who logged an incredible 144 tackles two seasons ago.
Robert Spillane, who has spent his career at Western Michigan, is also keen to take a graduate transfer next season. His status is a bit more unclear - it's not certain right now if the true junior has the credits to graduate this spring. There's also major questions if he's trying to follow his former coach to Minnesota. The intrigue is high with this one.
Deon Mix, an offensive lineman, is on pace to graduate this spring. Mix has made only six appearances during his four years with the Tigers, including three in 2016. He's already seeking opportunities to play college football elsewhere next season.
Cameron Toney, a linebacker, leaves the Tigers under similar circumstances. Toney played sparingly over the last four years, logging seven career tackles. Auburn currently has 17 linebackers on its roster, so it seems clear that Toney's services may be of better use elsewhere. He will earn his degree this spring and leave as a graduate transfer this fall.
Dee Delaney, formerly of The Citadel, is taking a grad transfer to play college football at Miami. Delaney is an FCS All-American and led his conference with six interceptions last season. He has P5 size and is expected to compete for a starting job in the Hurricanes' secondary next year.
Trey Klock, an offensive lineman formerly of Georgia Tech, is using a graduate transfer to move to Northwestern. He made five starts for the Yellow Jackets in 2016 in a season ultimately plagued by injuries. Klock expressed unhappiness in Atlanta, and is moving to Chicago to pursue a business degree. He will have two years of eligibility at Northwestern.
A month and a half after announcing his intention to leave, Gus Edwards has decided to leave Miami for Rutgers next season. Edwards backed up Duke Johnson and Joseph Yearby during his Hurricanes career. He'll moving closer to his native New York City as a graduate transfer, after he graduates in May. Edwards' transfer was noteworthy for the restrictions placed on him. Syracuse was a front-runner for Edwards (he originally committed there in 2012), but was blocked from moving there because Miami plays Syracuse this fall.
Thomas Sirk, one of the most successful quarterbacks in Duke history, announced that he will also be taking a graduate transfer. Sirk missed his fifth year and final year at Duke this a torn Achilles tendon. He has been granted a sixth year of eligibility and will have a rare opportunity - the chance to complete a second graduate degree.
De'Niro Laster, a rotation player at linebacker, will be leaving as a graduate transfer after he graduates in May. Laster transferred in from Minnesota and played in five games last season before going down with a knee injury. Kentucky has growing depth at linebacker and also appears to be over the 85 player scholarship limit, so it appears Laster may have been surplus to requirements. Hopefully, he catches on somewhere else to pursue his grad degree.
Jon Roschke is leaving the Spartans under somewhat ugly circumstances. The rising fifth year player apparently said something regrettable in a fight with a teammate last month, and it's prompted him to leave the program. He can play immediately elsewhere next season.
Roschke was hurt for most of 2016, but started at linebacker 24 times over the past three seasons. That includes every game of the 2015 season.
Stay tuned for where he ends up.
Chris Laviano, a two year starter at Rutgers, will play football as an Aztec next year. Laviano saw his playing time diminish under a new staff last year and decided to use his final year of eligibility elsewhere. Laviano is expected to compete for the starting job at SDSU this fall.
Casey Dunn, a two-time All-American from FCS power Jacksonville State, is taking a graduate transfer to Auburn. Dunn has 27 career starts at center. He's expected to provide depth on the offensive line for the Tigers. Dunn will enroll at Auburn this summer.
Meanwhile, LSU's Andy Dodd, a second string Center, is seeking a graduate transfer for his fifth year next season. Dodd has one career start, and he will get his degree in May.
Dee Delaney, an All-American defensive back from The Citadel, is in flux with his football future at the moment. Back in January, Delaney, who is 6'4" and 200 pounds, said he'd be back for his senior season with the Bulldogs. However, he's now getting interest from a number of FBS schools. He apparently in contact with Miami and will visit the Hurricanes next weekend. It's unclear if Delaney intends to transfer, or if he's just interested in one specific school. He will continue to practice with The Citadel this spring.
Scott Pagano, a rotation player on the defensive line for the last two seasons, is moving on. Pagano started 13 games over 2 seasons, although his 2016 season was hampered by injury. Pagano was expected to compete for a full time starting job for the 2017 season, but instead is expected to move to the West Coast, closer to his native Hawaii.
Arizona State reserve Wide Receiver Ellis Jefferson is taking his degree. Jefferson was a part of Todd Graham's first recruiting class in 2013. He only has 25 career catches and is leaving a wide receivers room that is apparently pretty full. Stay with The Grad Transfer Tracker to see where Jefferson ends up for his senior year.
Former South Florida defensive back Austin Hudson will play for Oregon State in 2017. Hudson initially played for Beavers coach Gary Andersen at Wisconsin before transferring home to Tampa. Hudson is switching schools (and coasts) in part because USF dropped his intended program of graduate study.
LSU's 2015 leading passer is moving on. Harris lost his starting job in 2016 to Danny Etling, and it appears he will try to resurrect his career elsewhere. He has one year of eligibility left, and the early rumors seem to point to Texas as a possible destination.
Former Michigan wide receiver Freddy Canteen will suit up for Notre Dame next year. He missed the 2016 season with injuries and had seen a diminished role in 2015 for the Wolverines. He's finishing his undergraduate degree in three years, giving him two years to play for the Irish.