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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.

Weekend Updates

College basketball grad transfers seem to have slowed down a bit, but there's been quite a bit of movement for college football this weekend.

Joe Burrow, a quarterback, is taking his long-expected grad transfer from Ohio State to LSU.

Dallas Warmack, an offensive lineman, will graduate transfer from Alabama to Oregon.

Kiy Hester, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Rutgers to Florida International.

Additionally, Cam Jefferies, a defensive back, announced his intention to seek a graduate transfer from Bowling Green.

Also Bobby Hartzog, a wide receiver, is now on the Other Grad Transfers list after announcing his grad transfer from Kansas to FCS Texas Southern.

 

Big name QB on the market and other news

The biggest college football grad transfer news of the day is Joe Burrow finally announcing his intention to take a graduate transfer. The Ohio State quarterback has been rumored to be on the move for months, and now it's official. Stay tuned to see where he ends up.

Also, Blake Barnett, a quarterback, is taking a grad transfer from Arizona State to South Florida.

Finally, Brandon Kennedy, an offensive lineman, is taking a grad transfer from Alabama.

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Football updates include former basketball player

The latest college football grad transfer news includes the rare athlete who is switching sports.

Ahmad Wagner, formerly a forward for the Iowa college basketball team, is taking a grad transfer to play tight end at Kentucky, Read more about his change in sports here.

Other committed graduate transfers added to the list are:

Danny Sutton, punter, Maryland to New Mexico

Tony Lashley, linebacker, Idaho to Boise State

Additionally, Dallas Warmack, an offensive lineman from Alabama, is now on the potential grad transfer list.

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.

Two SEC giants land grad transfers

Alabama has taken on their second graduate transfer this off-season. Gardner Minshew, a quarterback, joins the Crimson Tide from East Carolina. While other schools kicked the tires around Minshew, he's been linked to Alabama from day one. He's from Mississippi and played his college football in the JUCO ranks there before heading to East Carolina, so this move makes sense. He's likely being brought in for depth, as Alabama is currently a bit light when it comes to QB's. Minshew has a year of eligibility remaining, with the potential for a second year.

Meanwhile, Trevor Wood is taking his grad transfer to Texas A&M. Wood saw time at both tight end and on the defensive line for Arizona, but he's heading to College Station to play on offense. He was a role player for the Wildcats, but figures to be right in the mix under the new Aggies staff.

A pair of Kansas State grad transfers and other news

Dominique Heath, a wide receiver, has announced his intention to take a graduate transfer for his last year of eligibility. He posted 200 yards receiving last season, and leaves Kansas State with just under 1,000 yards for his career. He'll graduate in May.

Dalvin Warmick will also graduate in May and then play his final season of college football elsewhere. Warmick is a running back and averaged about 5 yards a carry in a backup role last season.

They join running back Winston Dimmel as Wildcats who have taken grad transfers this off-season.

Meanwhile, there may be mutual interest between Alabama and grad transfer quarterback Gardner Minshew. Minshew left East Carolina last month, and Alabama is looking for quarterback depth. Stay tuned.

Updating the grad transfer market

It was a pretty quiet weekend in terms of new names for the potential and committed graduate transfer lists. All of the attention seems to be focused on Calvin Anderson, the Rice offensive lineman who is being courted by  blue chippers such as Texas, Michigan, and Auburn. There's plenty of other visits happening too, as teams look to make grad transfers part of their recruiting classes.

In terms of new entries, look no further than Austin Jones making his grad transfer to Alabama official. Jones, a kicker, visited the Tide over the weekend. He'll be a walk on, but is expected to compete for the starting job. Jones started for two years at Temple for a knee injury derailed his college football career.

Meanwhile, Clemson defensive lineman Jabril Robinson has announced his intention to explore the grad transfer market. Robinson played in 11 games for the Tigers in 2017, seeing about 20 snaps per game. He graduated in December. With stiff competition in front of him on the depth chart, it's likely Robinson is looking for more time on the football field somewhere else.

Temple Kicker in demand

Austin Jones is visiting Alabama this weekend, quite the news for a graduate transfer from a Group of 5 school who is coming off a serious injury. Jones tore his ACL during the 2016 season, and his replacement has kicked at a high level ever since. But Jones was no slouch, and he's receiving plenty of interest to continue his college football career.

Check back for updates.