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.

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.