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.

Newest college football grad transfers

Here's an update on the latest graduate transfer activity in college football.

Chase Harrell, a wide receiver, will grad transfer from Kansas to Arkansas.

Jeff George, a quarterback, will grad transfer from Illinois to Michigan.

Walter Brady, a defensive lineman, will take his graduate transfer from Middle Tennessee.

Latest football grad transfer commits

A couple of updates to the committed graduate transfer list for college football.

Dennis Edwards, an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Western Kentucky to Purdue.

Edwards' former teammate, Jake Collins, a punter, will also take a graduate transfer from Western Kentucky. He's heading to Northwestern.

Pat Nelson, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Illinois to SMU.

Also, linebacker Jared Drake is on the Other Grad Transfers list - he's taking a graduate transfer from Ohio State to FCS Western Illinois.

Additionally, Darrin Kirkland, a linebacker, has announced his intention to leave Tennessee as a grad transfer.

Monday's football news

A couple of grad transfer updates for college football.

Sterling Johnson, a defensive lineman, is taking a graduate transfer from Clemson to Coastal Carolina.

Also, writers for Utah State report that Jalen Green, a wide receiver, has taken his grad transfer from USC to Utah State. This is surprising - Green was originally committed to Illinois.

Finally, Keyan Williams, a wide receiver ,will take a graduate transfer from Nebraska.

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.

Greene taking grad transfer to Illinois

Jalen Greene, a wide receiver who has also seen time at quarterback, is leaving USC for Illinois. As a grad transfer, he has one year of eligibility remaining.

Greene announced his intention to transfer a couple of weeks ago, and has found a home with the rebuilding Illini. He was a role player for the Trojans, and carved a niche for himself as a secondary passer - he threw several touchdowns in career after lining up as a wide out.

In other news, offensive lineman Brinkley Jolly has left the team at Wyoming and intends to take his graduate transfer. Jolly made seven starts and appeared in 9 games during his career with the Cowboys. He'll have one year of college football left at his next school. 

Central Michigan lands grad transfer defensive lineman

Sean Adesanya, a defensive lineman, is heading to the Chippewas after taking a graduate transfer from Illinois. He'll head up to Mount Pleasant this summer. His career for the Illini was limited by injury, allowing him only 7 appearances over three seasons. But Central Michigan needs line depth, and Adesanya is an intriguing prospect. He's guaranteed one more year of college football, and could get an injury waiver for a second year of eligibility.

More grad transfers involving Miami (Fl)

It seems like every time the boards get updated, the Hurricanes are somehow involved. Today, there's someone coming in and someone going out.

Tito Odenigbo, a defensive lineman, is reportedly joining Miami (FL) after taking a grad transfer from Illinois. The reporting on this one is a little scanty - this is solely based on somewhat vague social media posts Odenigbo has made. However, the move makes sense, so it seems fair to assume that he's committed.

Meanwhile, Darrien Owens, a linebacker, is leaving Miami (FL) to play college football at Houston. He was a solid contributor during his time for the Hurricanes, playing in 39 games. Owens is already enrolled at Houston and will practice with the Cougars this spring.

Two departures from two of the busier programs

If you look through the Potential Transfers list, Illinois and Syracuse are two of the frequent schools on it. So it's fitting that both schools had another grad transfer announce today.

Illinois is losing Jeff George, a quarterback who started nine games. And yes, he's the son of the Illini great with the same name. George will graduate in the spring and will have two years of eligibility remaining at his next school.

Troy Henderson, a linebacker, is also taking his degree from Syracuse this spring and moving on. He will also have two years of eligibility remaining. Henderson played sparingly in two years for the Orange. Henderson was recruited for a drastically different system than Cuse now runs, so this move comes as no surprise.

Check back to see where these guys end up playing college football next year.