Iowa is losing another quarterback this cycle. Ryan Boyle, a former Iowa high school player of the year, struggled to find the field during his tenure as a Hawkeye. He played both QB and wide receiver in order to find playing time, but saw the field only once in three years. He'll graduate in the spring and have two years of college football eligibility once he takes his grad transfer.
Meanwhile, Kano Dillon, a rotation tight end, is leaving South Florida. He's taking his grad transfer after a career where he put up big numbers very early on. He never broke out after a big debut, and he's looking for another opportunity for 2018. He has one year of elibility left.