Newly committed college football grad transfers

Here's the latest college football grad transfer news.

Jomon Dotson, an athlete who has played both corner back and running back, is leaving Washington as a graduate transfer and heading to Nevada.

Winston Dimel, a running back / full back, is leaving Kansas State, where he played for his father, and taking a grad transfer to UTEP, where he'll play for his father.

Adam Shuler, a defensive lineman, is taking a grad transfer from West Virginia to Florida.

Updates to the basketball lists

Here's the latest grad transfer news for college basketball.

Committed Graduate Transfers:

Tyson Smith, Guard, Loyola-Chicago to Texas-Rio Grande Valley

Femi Olujobi, Forward, North Carolina A&T to DePaul

Christen Cunningham, Guard, Samford to Louisville

Mawdo Sallah, Post, Kansas State to Radford

Potential Graduate Transfer:

Kaelen Malone, Guard, Wichita State

 

Catching up on football grad transfers

We've added two players to the Committed Transfers list on the college football side.

Dominique Heath, formerly of Kansas State, is taking his graduate transfer to Appalachian State. As a North Carolina native, he's now closer to home. A wide receiver, Heath put up nearly a thousand yards receiving in his career, plus had success returning kicks. He has one year of eligibility left.

T.J. Roundtree, an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Louisville and heading to Colorado State. He appeared in 18 games over two years for the Cardinals and will now have one season of eligibility as a Ram. This is the second graduate transfer CSU has picked up with week.

A few changes to the college football list

Dwayne Wallace, an offensive lineman from California-Berkeley who sat out the 2017 season, is no longer committed to Ole Miss. Wallace pledged to go to the Rebels a month ago as a graduate transfer, but according to reports, the coaching staff has decided to go in a different direction. Wallace is now back on the Potential Transfer list and is still eligible to play FBS football this fall.

Meanwhile, Dalvin Warmack, has decided to stay at Kansas State. The running back announced his intent to take a grad transfer last month, but has had a change of heart. He figures to be part of the running back rotation for the Wildcats this fall.

Kansas State picks up grad transfer

Jordan Mittie, a defensive lineman, is leaving Texas State for the Wildcats. He was a key member of the Bobcats' line, recording 80 tackles and 4 sacks over the past two seasons. Mittie is graduating in May, and he'll then take his graduate transfer to Kansas State. He'll have two years of eligibility left to play college football.

Also, it's worth noting that Mittie's father is the head coach of K-State's women's basketball team.

Another Kansas State grad transfer

A day after two role players announced their graduate transfers from Kansas State, a back up offensive lineman has followed suit. Breontae Matthews, who spent two years in Manhattan after two years in JUCO, is looking to play college football elsewhere for his final year of eligibility. Matthews didn't see much playing time with Kansas State and is likely looking for more playing time at his next destination.

 

A pair of Kansas State grad transfers and other news

Dominique Heath, a wide receiver, has announced his intention to take a graduate transfer for his last year of eligibility. He posted 200 yards receiving last season, and leaves Kansas State with just under 1,000 yards for his career. He'll graduate in May.

Dalvin Warmick will also graduate in May and then play his final season of college football elsewhere. Warmick is a running back and averaged about 5 yards a carry in a backup role last season.

They join running back Winston Dimmel as Wildcats who have taken grad transfers this off-season.

Meanwhile, there may be mutual interest between Alabama and grad transfer quarterback Gardner Minshew. Minshew left East Carolina last month, and Alabama is looking for quarterback depth. Stay tuned.

Dimel and Thomson on the board

Two more names on the potential grad transfer board this evening.

Winston Dimel is following his father out of Kansas State. Dimel, a fullback, was an important contributor for the Wildcats this season. But the hometown kid is looking for another opportunity elsewhere to play college football. His father, Dana, left Kansas State to become the head coach at UTEP earlier this winter. The young Dimel said that didn't factor into his decision to transfer.

And Alex Thomson, a grad transfer quarterback out of Wagner of all places, is the focus of a great article by Pete Thamel. Thomson could be a name to watch this winter if the hype surrounding him his for real. Stay tuned.