College basketball updates

We're getting you up to date on the latest college basketball graduate transfers.

Reid Travis, a forward, has announced his intention to use his graduate transfer, having completed his degree at Stanford.

Ehab Amin, a guard, has de-committed from Nevada. He's taking a grad transfer from Texas A&M-Corpus Christie.

Aaron Menzies, a center, will be a graduate transfer from Seattle to Saint Mary's.

Tramaine Isabell, a guard, is taking a grad transfer from Drexel to St. Louis.

Malik Hines, a post player, will graduate transfer from UMASS to McNeese State.

Christian Mekowulu, a post player, is taking his grad transfer from Tennessee State to Texas A&M.

Khwan Fore, a guard, will grad transfer from Richmond to Louisville. He de-committed from Tennessee a few days before.

Schadrac Casimir, a guard, is leaving Iona as a grad transfer.

Finally, here's a new one. Abdulraham Saad, a guard, will be a graduate transfer from the Universtiy of Doha (In Qatar) to South Alabama. We've never seen a foreign grad transfer before who didn't start school in the US.

Grad transfers on and off the basketball commit list

Another busy day for college basketball graduate transfers.

First, Evan Boudreaux de-committed from Xavier, who he originally committed to back in December. Boudreaux did not play this season for Dartmouth, and after he graduates this spring, the forward will have two years of eligibility remaining as a grad transfer. He's moving on from his commitment to Xavier following the departure of their coach. Boudreaux averaged 17.5 points a game for the Big Green over two seasons.

Also, Trey Touchet, a guard, has announced his graduate transfer from UTEP to McNeese State. Touchet is a Louisiana native who has been a role player for the Miners over the last three seasons, averaging about three points per game. He has one year of eligibility left.