Updates to the college basketball list

The college basketball graduate transfer season is really starting to get crazy. There's lots of teams looking for grad transfers, and we're seeing new names pop up all of the time. That includes one commit and three potential transfers who have been added to their respective lists tonight.

Zach Hankins, Center / Post, is leaving Ferris State and taking his grad transfer to Xavier. Hankins just won the Division 2 Player of the Year award, as well as the National Championship with the Bulldogs. He has one year of eligibility left.

Matt Mooney, a guard, could be taking his graduate transfer from South Dakota. He's still considering his options, but could be moving on after a coaching change. Mooney is considered by some as one of the best mid-major players in the country.

Ryan Welage, a forward, could be a grad transfer from San Jose State. He hasn't red-shirted, but could switch majors and graduate early in order to be eligible. We'll keep an eye on him as his situation potentially clarifies.

Kassoum Yakwe, a forward, is taking a grad transfer from St. John's. He's a post player who will be eligible for one year and can play immediately.

More names on the basketball list

Ehab Amin, a guard, is taking a grad transfer from Texas A&M Corpus-Christi. Amin missed the most recent season with an injury. That said, he averaged 17 points and 4 steals a game as a junior. He has one year of college basketball remaining.

Dion Wiley, a guard, will be a graduate transfer from Maryland. He started 16 games for the Terps this season and averaged about 6 points per game. Wiley missed his sophomore year with a knee injury, giving him one more year of eligibility.

Christen Cunningham, a guard, will be the third grad transfer from Samford this off-season. He averaged almost 12 points and 4.5 assists per game for his career, before his senior year was cut short by injury. He's got one year of college basketball left.

Trey Porter, a big, is taking his graduate transfer from Old Dominion. He started 31 games for the Monarchs and put up 13 points and 6 rebounds per game. He has one year of eligibility left.

Additional college basketball grad transfers

A few more names to the potential graduate transfer list.

Connor MacDougall is leaving New Mexico. The forward missed this past season with an injury, but was an important role player for the Lobos during the 2016-2017 season. He has one year of college basketball remaining.

Valentine Sangoyomi, a center, is taking a graduate transfer from Houston. Sangoyomi was a role player for the Cougars this season and has one season of eligibility remaining.

And Braedon Bayer, a guard, is leaving Syracuse as a grad transfer. Bayer came to Syracuse as a walk on transfer from Division III Grinnell and was put on scholarship for part of this season. He played a couple of critical minutes during the NCAA Tournament after being pressed into action because of foul troubles. 

New additions to the potential transfer list

A busy day in college basketball, as a half dozen players announced their intentions to take graduate transfers.

Michael Finke, a post player, is leaving Illinois with one year of eligibility remaining. He averaged almost ten points a game for the Illini this season.

Justin Coleman, a guard, is taking a grad transfer from Samford. Originally a part of the Alabama basketball team, Coleman lead the Bulldogs with 13.5 points per game this season. He has one season of eligibility remaining.

Jake Wright, a guard, is taking his graduate transfer from Miami (OH). He has one year of eligibility remaining and put up 5.5 points a game as a reserve for the Redhawks this season.

Novak Topalovic, a center, is taking his degree from Idaho State. The native Serb averaged 10 points a game for the Bengals. He's the first seven footer to take a graduate transfer this season.

Miles Reynolds, a guard, will be a grad transfer from Pacific. He put up 13 points a game this season for the Tigers, and he has one year of eligibility left.

And last but not least, Nat Dixon, a guard-forward tweener, is leaving Tennessee-Chattanooga. Originally a college football player, Dixon has successfully switched gears and lead his team in scoring this season with almost 14 points per game. He has one year of college basketball remaining.

SEC Offensive Linemen on the move

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.