Aside from the FCS and CFP National Championship games in the next couple of days, the college football is season is over, and that means we're starting to hear more about players considering their futures.
Two players from Notre Dame, C.J Sanders and Pete Mokwuah, are taking grad transfers.
Sanders is only a junior, but it's being reported that he will have enough credits to graduate over the summer. Because he played as a true freshman, he only has one year of eligibility remaining. He made his mark returning kicks for the Irish for the last three years, while only seeing significant reps at wide receiver in 2016.
Mokwuah, a Long Island native, played sparingly during his four years at Notre Dame as a defensive lineman. He red-shirted his freshman year, and has another year of eligibility left.
Arizona defensive lineman Marcus Griffin also announced his intention to transfer for his final year of eligibility. Griffin made appeared in 11 games over three years with the Wildcats and was included in Arizona's recognition of graduating senior in November.