Busy couple of days in college football

Here's the latest grad transfer news in college football, and the wide receiver position is will represented.

Juval Mollette, a wide receiver, will take the graduate transfer route out of North Carolina.

Terence Williams, a running back, will grad transfer from Baylor to Houston.

Mason Rutherford, a wide receiver, has announced his graduate transfer from Delaware State to West Virginia.

C.J. Sanders, a wide receiver, will be a grad transfer from Notre Dame to SMU.

And Dayall Harris, a wide receiver, will grad transfer out of Miami (FL).

 

The latest grad transfer news for football

Evan Shirreffs has announced his graduate transfer destination; the former Miami (FL) quarterback is heading to Charlotte. Shirreffs has had an interesting journey over the past few months. His grad transfer from the Hurricanes drew attention because of the restrictions placed on him by the former staff. But that's all in the past and he now has two years of college football with the 49ers.

Meanwhile, Jawuan Johnson, a linebacker from Northern Illinois, is taking a grad transfer.  Johnson was a top defensive player for the Huskies last season, starting 13 games and racking up almost 100 tackles, 5 interceptions, and 5 forced fumbles. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Lineman heading to Miami

Venzell Boulware, an offensive lineman, will be taking a grad transfer from Tennessee to play college football at Miami (Fl). Boulware will graduate in the spring or summer of 2018, according to report, and will join the Hurricanes at some point before next season. As a redshirt sophomore, he'll have two years of eligibility remaining.

Boulware made three starts with the Volunteers over two years, but fell off the depth chart this season. He was recruited by Miami coach Mark Richt previously, so this seems like an obvious fit.

Another Hurricane moving on

Nick Linder, a former starting center for Miami (FL), will play his college football at Indiana next year. Linder sat out the 2017 season, having left the team over the summer. That said, he played as a true freshman and appeared in 26 games over his career with the Canes, meaning he's eligible as a graduate transfer for the Hoosiers. Linder will enroll in the spring at Indiana.

Linder is the third grad transfer away from Miami this week.