College football grad transfers from the last few days

Here's the latest college football grad transfers that we've come across.

Berkley Edwards, a running back, will graduate transfer from Central Michigan to Michigan.

Giovanni Gentosi, a running back / full back, will grad transfer from UCLA to Rice.

Andrew Brown, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Florida International to FCS Tennessee-Chattanooga.

Newest college football grad transfers

Here's an update on the latest graduate transfer activity in college football.

Chase Harrell, a wide receiver, will grad transfer from Kansas to Arkansas.

Jeff George, a quarterback, will grad transfer from Illinois to Michigan.

Walter Brady, a defensive lineman, will take his graduate transfer from Middle Tennessee.

Bunting announces grad transfer destination

Ian Bunting, a tight end, is taking his graduate transfer from Michigan to California. Bunting was a hulking presence for the Wolverines and served as more of a blocker than pass catcher, pulling down ten passes in his career. He has one year of college football left, and from the sound of it, he'll be a traditional tight end for the Golden Bears.

Former Michigan WR announces new school

It's been a bit quiet on the grad transfer market for college football. Spring practices are in full swing, and it's likely that we won't see too much activity until depth charts are set in the coming weeks.

But Maurice Ways isn't waiting. He was one of the first players to announce his intention to take a graduate transfer back in November, and now he's decided where he'll play next season. The destination is California, and Ways figures to compete for time in their wide receiver rotation. He appeared in 25 games during his career with the Wolverines and made 8 catches. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Tennessee adds grad transfer kicker

Ryan Tice, formerly of Michigan, is taking a graduate transfer to Tennessee. He saw time on the field in 2016 as a placekicker, but did not play at all during the 2017. And he'll have two years of eligibility to play college football for the Volunteers.

It was rumored last week that Tennessee could be bringing in four or five grad transfers, so stay tuned. These may keep coming.

Big Ten transfers announce grad schools

Grad transfers from Ohio State and Michigan have announced where they will be playing college football next season.

Dylan Thompson, a defensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Ohio State to Virginia next season. Thompson had an injury plagued and academically challenging career for the Buckeyes and really only saw the field for the 2017 season. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Meanwhile, Drake Harris, a wide receiver turned defensive back for Michigan, has announced he;'ll take his grad transfer to Western Michigan. Harris dabbled on defense for the 2017 Wolverines, but it's been confirmed he'll play wide receiver for the Broncos. He has one year of eligibility to play college football for the 2018 season.

Latest graduate transfers staying on trend

Two more additions to the transfer lists tonight, and both of them may sound like something you've already heard this off-season.

The first is a Division II kicker taking a graduate transfer to a school in Louisiana. Bailey Hale is leaving Eastern New Mexico to play college football for Louisiana Tech. He has two years of eligibility remaining. 

The second is Ian Bunting, a Tight End, who is taking his grad transfer from Michigan. Bunting was a rotation player at Michigan, which still has 6 (!?) tight ends on the roster, so it's likely he's looking for more reps for his final year of eligibility. Bunting is the fifth player to leave Michigan as a grad transfer this off-season.

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.

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.