Additions to the football list

Camp season is over, and college football players are once again on the move. Here are the latest graduate transfers.

Isaiah Gentry-Madaris, a wide receiver, is taking his grad transfer from Minnesota to Miami of Ohio.

Tabari Hines, also a wide receiver, will be a graduate transfer to Oregon after spending his first four years at Wake Forest.

And Ryan Boyle is on the "Other Grad Transfers" list, as he will play quarterback for Indiana State next season, after taking his degree from Iowa.

 

Basketball transfers keep rolling in

Four more committed graduate transfers in the college basketball ranks today:

Jack Williams, Forward, Pacific to Montana

Larry Austin Jr, Guard, Vanderbilt to Central Michigan

Aleks Abrams, Forward, Cal Poly to Miami (Ohio)

Brady Ellingson, Guard, Iowa to Drake

New additions to the potential transfer list

A busy day in college basketball, as a half dozen players announced their intentions to take graduate transfers.

Michael Finke, a post player, is leaving Illinois with one year of eligibility remaining. He averaged almost ten points a game for the Illini this season.

Justin Coleman, a guard, is taking a grad transfer from Samford. Originally a part of the Alabama basketball team, Coleman lead the Bulldogs with 13.5 points per game this season. He has one season of eligibility remaining.

Jake Wright, a guard, is taking his graduate transfer from Miami (OH). He has one year of eligibility remaining and put up 5.5 points a game as a reserve for the Redhawks this season.

Novak Topalovic, a center, is taking his degree from Idaho State. The native Serb averaged 10 points a game for the Bengals. He's the first seven footer to take a graduate transfer this season.

Miles Reynolds, a guard, will be a grad transfer from Pacific. He put up 13 points a game this season for the Tigers, and he has one year of eligibility left.

And last but not least, Nat Dixon, a guard-forward tweener, is leaving Tennessee-Chattanooga. Originally a college football player, Dixon has successfully switched gears and lead his team in scoring this season with almost 14 points per game. He has one year of college basketball remaining.

Another busy Monday for grad transfers

So far, there have been four changes to the lists today, with two commits and two announcements of intent.

Alex Malzone, the former Michigan quarterback, is going to play college football for Miami Ohio next season. That's not to be confused with Miami (Fl), which has been very busy this month. Malzone only had three appearances over his Michigan career. Luckily for him (and the Redhawks), Malzone has two seasons of eligibility left. He'll graduate from Michigan in the spring.

George Rushing, a wide receiver formerly of Wisconsin, is taking a graduate transfer to Buffalo next season. Rushing was hurt for most of the 2017 season, and it had been announced before the season was even over that Rushing would be graduating.

Josh Harris, a linebacker from Arkansas, and Clemson Quarterback Tucker Israel also announced their intentions to take grad transfers next season. Stay tuned on where they end up.