College football grad transfers from the last few days

Here's the latest college football grad transfers that we've come across.

Berkley Edwards, a running back, will graduate transfer from Central Michigan to Michigan.

Giovanni Gentosi, a running back / full back, will grad transfer from UCLA to Rice.

Andrew Brown, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Florida International to FCS Tennessee-Chattanooga.

Getting caught up on college football news

Quite a few grad transfers to note in college football this week.

Georgia Tech added two FCS graduate transfers this week. Malik Rivera, a defensive back, will grad transfer in from Wofford. Zach Roberts, a long snapper, is taking his grad transfer from Lamar. We always love seeing FCS guys getting a chance at a big time school thanks to the graduate transfer rule!

Will Gragg, a tight end, will grad transfer from Arkansas to Pitt. He has two years of college football remaining.

Andrew Mike, an offensive lineman, will take graduate transfer from Florida to Rice.

Nick Watkins, a defensive back, is heading to Houston, having taken his grad transfer from Notre Dame.

Brinkley Jolly, an offensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Wyoming to SMU.

Updating college football activity

Here's what's been happening for college football grad transfers over the last couple of days.

Noah Fisher, an offensive lineman, will take a graduate transfer from South Alabama to Tulane.

Vaha Vainuku, a defensive lineman, will grad transfer from Utah to Nebraska.

Van Johnson, a wide receiver, can grad transfer from Mississippi to Florida, thanks to a rule change about graduate transfers within the SEC.

Cequan Jefferson, a defensive back, is taking a graduate transfer from Temple to Stony Brook.

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.

 

The latest college football grad transfers

A busy couple of days for college football. Here are the latest updates:

Jabril Robinson, a defensive lineman, is taking a graduate transfer from Clemson to West Virginia.

Ashton White, a defensive back, will be a grad transfer from Notre Dame to Buffalo.

Cole Blake, a running back, is leaving Robert Morris and using his grad transfer to walk-on at Pitt.

Jake Hall, a defensive lineman, will be a graduate transfer to SMU, having spent most of his career at Arkansas.

And Denzil Ware, a linebacker, is heading to Jacksonville State after leaving Kentucky as a grad transfer. This one is a bit of a surprise - an SEC starter heading to the FCS has raised a few eyebrows.

 

The latest college football commits

Two more committed grad transfers to report in college football.

Raelon Singleton, a wide receiver, is taking a grad transfer from Utah to Houston.

Juwan Dowels, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Syracuse to Western Michigan. This one's particularly interesting because Syracuse and Western Michigan play in the season opener this fall.

Plenty of football transfer activity

As the semester draws to a close and post-spring depth charts come out, we're seeing a spike in college football grad transfers.

Nick Harvey is now on the committed graduate transfer list. He's a defensive back and is leaving Texas A&M for South Carolina.

New to the Other Grad Transfers list is Matt Shiel, a punter who is taking a grad transfer to Mercer. He's a particularly interesting graduate transfer because he started his career at Mercer, transferred home to Australia, and is coming back for grad school where he started. This counts as a grad transfer because his eligibility clock started during his first stint on campus.

Three other players announced their intent to take grad transfers today:

Jalen Williams, Linebacker, Pittsburgh

Dennis Edwards, Offensive Lineman, Western Kentucky

Andrew Mike, Offensive Lineman, Florida

A busy Monday for football

A bit of activity for college football as spring practices start to wind up.

Two grad transfer commits today:

V.J. Banks, DB, Rice to Colorado State. Banks is the fourth Rice player to commit elsewhere as a grad transfer this spring.

Seth Collins, WR, Oregon State to Texas Tech.

One potential grad transfer:

Abraham Wallace, DB, Texas Tech. This one is a bit murky, as Wallace already took a grad transfer to get to Texas Tech. But if he's completed an advanced degree, it seems reasonable that he's eligible again.

Hough and Hayes commit

Two college football graduate transfers have announced their school for 2018.

Tim Hough, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from UNLV. He'll be playing for Oregon this fall and will have one year of eligibility remaining

Meanwhile, Jay Hayes, a defensive lineman, will grad transfer to Oklahoma. He started all 13 games for Notre Dame last season and will have one year of eligibility left.

Michigan State hero taking grad transfer

Jalen Watts-Jackson has a special place in Spartan history, after this crazy play on special teams resulted in a victory over Michigan in 2015. But now, he's taking a graduate transfer. He spent three years as a rotation player as a defensive back and appeared in 22 games, recording eight tackles in that time. Watts-Jackson has one season of college football remaining.

Cole Sterns to take grad transfer

Cole Sterns reached out to us to announce that he intends to use his graduate transfer for the 2018 season. Cole played defensive back for Northern Arizona for three seasons and can play at corner, nickel, or safety. Have a look at his tape.

He's graduating this spring, and he is open to heading anywhere in the US. He's just looking for another year of college football.

Coaches, feel free to reach out to us if interested. We'll be happy to get you in touch.

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.

Trio of Rice grad transfers commit

Getting caught up on this weekend's news...

Calvin Anderson, perhaps the most hyped graduate transfer we've ever seen, has committed to play for Texas. Anderson was a three year starter for the Owls, and he was highly touted as one of the few highlights of Rice's offense last season. He figures to fit right away into the Longhorns' offensive line. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

JT Ibe, a defensive back, will be playing college football at South Carolina next season. Ibe was a three year starter for the Owls and was consistently among the team leader in tackles. He provides immediate experience to a young Gamecocks secondary. He has on year of eligibility remaining.

Preston Gordon, a defensive lineman, will take his grad transfer to Texas Tech. Gordon was a three year starter for Owls, and he figures to step in immediately to the Red Raiders' defensive line rotation. He also has one year of eligibility remaining.

 

Stanford defensive back to grad transfer

Terrence Alexander, a defensive back, is taking a graduate transfer from Stanford. Alexander played for the Cardinal in 40 games in the first three years of his college football career, but he lost the 2017 season to injury. But he's been given an extra year of eligibility, and therefore, he's eligible for an extra season, and he's decided to play elsewhere for 2018. Stay tuned for where he ends up.

Potential Grad Transfer Updates

Two names on the potential board today.

Rodney Williams, a defensive back, is leaving Syracuse for his final year of eligibility. Williams saw time in the Orange secondary, but saw diminishing minutes as the staff reshapes the defense. He's the third Syracuse defensive back and fifth defensive player overall to take a graduate transfer this off-season.

Meanwhile, George Wahee, a wide receiver from Norfolk State, is also taking a grad transfer. He reached out to us to let us know he's moving on after three years with the Spartans. He has two years of eligibility left, and let us know he's looking for a new challenge in college football. Check out his tape on the Potential Transfer board.

Oliver commits and other notes

Khalil Oliver, formerly an Oregon defensive back, is taking a graduate transfer to Missouri. He appeared in 23 games for the Ducks and was a starter before his 2017 season was cut short because of injury. Oliver has one year of college football eligibility left, but a hardship waiver may get him a second year for the Tigers.

Also, note that former Clemson Tigers Shadell Bell and C.J. Fuller are on the Potential Transfers list. Bell, a tight end, had one career catch in twelve career games. He has two years of eligibility remaining after he takes his grad transfer. Fuller, a running back, was the starter for the 2017 season, but was soon passed on the depth chart. He has one year of eligibility left.

Updates to the Grad Transfer Lists

Garrald McDowell, a three year reserve for Ole Miss, will play college football for UL-Lafayette in 2018. This graduate transfer went under the radar - his transfer went unreported until he arrived on campus. It seems likely he'll compete for playing time on the defensive this fall. He'll have a year of eligibility left.

Meanwhile, Khalil Oliver, a defensive back from Oregon, visited Missouri for a potential grad transfer over the weekend. He was the starter for the Ducks' first game of the year, but was soon injured. Oliver graduated in December and will have at least one year of eligibility left - he hopes to get a second year back because of the 2017 injury.

Finally, Dylan Thompson, a reserve defensive lineman, is taking a graduate transfer from Ohio State. Thompson's career has been marred by injury and academic issues, and he was able to play his first game for the Buckeyes until 2017. He has one year of eligibility remaining.