Tennessee lands grad transfer QB

It's been a challenging off-season for Tennessee. The Volunteers had a long search for a new head coach and have been connected with numerous graduate transfer quarterbacks over the last few months. And now, they seem to have their guy.

Keller Chryst, a quarterback formerly of Stanford, will play his final year of college football in Knoxville. Chryst opted to grad transfer after losing the starting job in Palo Alto. He made 13 career starts and 23 career appearances for the Cardinal and is expected to compete for the starting job at Tennessee.

Sunday updates to the lists

Casey Hughes, who made the grad transfer list earlier this month, is off to Michigan. He played four three season at Utah before quitting the team before the 2017 season.

Meanwhile, Keller Chryst is leaving Stanford and will play his fifth year elsewhere. He's battled injuries throughout his career, and he lost his starting job midway through the 2017 season. He's joining a crowded market of quarterback transfers, so stay tuned on where he ends up.