Newly committed college football grad transfers

Here's the latest college football grad transfer news.

Jomon Dotson, an athlete who has played both corner back and running back, is leaving Washington as a graduate transfer and heading to Nevada.

Winston Dimel, a running back / full back, is leaving Kansas State, where he played for his father, and taking a grad transfer to UTEP, where he'll play for his father.

Adam Shuler, a defensive lineman, is taking a grad transfer from West Virginia to Florida.

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.

Two big time grad transfers announce destinations

Two of the more highly sought after college basketball grad transfers have committed.

Nat Dixon, a scoring guard from Tennessee-Chattanooga, will take his graduate transfer to Nevada.

Ehab Amin, a guard, is heading to Nevada as a graduate transfer. He led the country in steals two years ago while playing for Texas A&M - Corpus Christie.

Taua joining brothers at Nevada

Ainuu Taua, a defensive lineman from UCLA, is taking a graduate transfer to play his final season of college football at Nevada. This is a pretty cool story - Ainuu's younger brother Toa will be joining the Wolfpack for the 2018 season as well, while their older brother is on the coaching staff. Taua is coming off a knee injury, but should be ready to go once he joins Nevada in the summer. He graduates from UCLA in June.

Former Nevada DB returning home?

Kendall Johnson Jr., a two year starter at Nevada, may be taking a grad transfer back to his hometown team, UL-Lafayette. Johnson played his first three years at Nevada, but left the team before the start of his senior year. Technically, that makes him a redshirt, and gives him one year left to play college football.

While UL-Lafayette is yet to confirm the move, it makes sense for both sides. Johnson is a Lafayette native and the Ragin' Cajuns is losing three seniors from its secondary. We'll let you know if anything changes here.