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.

Hoops grad transfers picking up

Three additions to the potential grad transfer list in the basketball section.

Perris Hicks, a guard, is leaving Fordham with his degree this spring. A California native, he played two years of JUCO before transferring to the Bronx to play for the Rams. However, he lost his junior year to injury, which gives him one more year of college basketball. He averaged about seven points per game this season.

Wil Bathurst, a guard / forward in-betweener, is taking a graduate transfer from Cornell to close out his career. He was hurt early in the season, and because the Ivy League doesn't allow redshirting, Bathurst can take that extra year to play elsewhere. He's been a trusted role player for the Big Red.

Tory Miller-Stewart, a forward, is taking his grad transfer from Colorado. A broken foot kept him out for most of this past season, giving him another season of college basketball. Mills-Stewart appeared in 100 games for the Buffaloes and served as an important reserve throughout his career.