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.

FCS players move to FBS and other transfer news

A couple of new commits to report in the college football world.

Landon Stratton, a punter, is taking a graduate transfer from Murray State to Georgia. Stratton was originally on the "Other Grad Transfer" list, having previously pledged to Houston Baptist.

John Austin Cook, an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Central Arkansas to South Alabama. Cook was an All-American in FCS, and he's taking his last year of eligibility to match up against FBS competition.

Also, Tre Watson, a running back, announced his graduate transfer to Texas yesterday. He'll join the Longhorns after graduating from California.

Additionally, Demarcus Felton, a running back, plans to take a grad transfer from Texas Tech.

Bunting announces grad transfer destination

Ian Bunting, a tight end, is taking his graduate transfer from Michigan to California. Bunting was a hulking presence for the Wolverines and served as more of a blocker than pass catcher, pulling down ten passes in his career. He has one year of college football left, and from the sound of it, he'll be a traditional tight end for the Golden Bears.

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.

Another Oregon-Mizzou grad transfer and more news

Alex Ofodile, a wide receiver, is leaving Oregon to play college football at Missouri. He'll graduate in June and take his grad transfer this summer, where he'll have two years left to play. Ofodile is an interesting case. He's following his college teammate, Khalil Oliver, to Missouri. But it gets more interesting. Ofodile is from Columbia, Missouri, and his father is Mizzou's wide receiver coach. Somethings are just meant to be.

Meanwhile, Dylan Klumph, a punter, is taking a graduate transfer to Arizona. He leaves California as one of the best punters in their history and fills in a position of immediate need for the Wildcats. He graduates in May and has one year of eligibility left.

Finally, Madre London, a running back, is taking a graduate transfer from Michigan State. Stuck behind other runners on the depth chart, London is looking for a new opportunity at a new school. He has one year of eligibility remaining and has run for 900 yards in four years for the Spartans.

NSD, Part 3 - Graduate Transfer Offensive Linemen commit

Marcus Applefield, a former starter on the Rutgers offensive line, is taking a grad transfer to Virginia. Applefield started ten games for the Scarlet Knights last season and had twenty five career appearances. He has one year of college football eligibility remaining and had previously announced his intention to transfer back in December.

Dwayne Wallace, formerly of Cal, is taking his graduate transfer to Ole Miss. Wallace played in twelve games in 2016, including nine as a starter. However, he left the Golden Bears before the 2017 season, leaving him with one year of eligibility in Mississippi.

Three new names on the potential grad transfer list

A busy Friday of grad transfer to get you caught up on.

Raelon Singleton, one of Utah's top wide receivers last season, is taking a grad transfer to be closer to family. It's not guaranteed he'll play college football elsewhere next season, but he graduates in May and has a year of eligibility left, so there's still time to see how this plays out.

Tre Watson, a running back, is leaving Cal after an injury-shortened 2017 campaign.  However, he posted 700 yards during the 2016 season, so he's bound to help someone on the football field next fall. He'll graduate in the spring and have a year of eligibility left. Don't confuse this Tre Watson with the Tre Watson who already took a grad transfer from Illinois to Maryland this off-season.

Cole Hedlund, a kicker, is taking a grad transfer from Arkansas after a frustrating career. He was a highly touted kicker before he got on campus, but never lived up to the hype and lost his starting job twice. He'll get a chance to start over as elsewhere after he graduates in the spring.