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Here's the latest grad transfer news from college football.

Brandon Kennedy, an offensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Alabama to Tennessee.

Wake Forest has added two grad transfers on special teams. Darren Ford, a kicker / punter, will use the grad transfer rule to join the Deacs from Division III Hope College. Eric Osteen, a kicker, will be a graduate transfer from Army. Osteen is an interesting story - he's coming back to college football after five years on active duty.

Freddie Canteen, a wide receiver, will grad transfer from Notre Dame to Tulane. He's the very rare two school graduate transfer.

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Quite a few grad transfers to note in college football this week.

Georgia Tech added two FCS graduate transfers this week. Malik Rivera, a defensive back, will grad transfer in from Wofford. Zach Roberts, a long snapper, is taking his grad transfer from Lamar. We always love seeing FCS guys getting a chance at a big time school thanks to the graduate transfer rule!

Will Gragg, a tight end, will grad transfer from Arkansas to Pitt. He has two years of college football remaining.

Andrew Mike, an offensive lineman, will take graduate transfer from Florida to Rice.

Nick Watkins, a defensive back, is heading to Houston, having taken his grad transfer from Notre Dame.

Brinkley Jolly, an offensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Wyoming to SMU.

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).

 

Updates to the football list

Getting caught up on the latest additions to the college football grad transfer lists.

Keyan Williams, a wide receiver, is taking a graduate transfer from Nebraska to Ball State.

Kyle Feder, an offensive lineman, will grad transfer from Ohio State to Kansas.

Freddy Canteen, a wide receiver, will take a graduate transfer from Notre Dame. This is his second season on the market - he transferred into Notre Dame last summer.

Meanwhile, Darrin Kirkland, a linebacker has decided to stay at Tennessee after announcing his intent to take a grad transfer earlier this month.

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A couple of committed grad transfers have been added to the college football list.

Bailey Granier, an offensive lineman, is taking a graduate transfer from Vanderbilt to Central Florida. He's the rare de-commit, having previously been a committed as a grad transfer to Tulane.

Keenan Sweeney, a running back / tight end, will take a grad transfer from Auburn to Notre Dame.

The latest college football grad transfers

A busy couple of days for college football. Here are the latest updates:

Jabril Robinson, a defensive lineman, is taking a graduate transfer from Clemson to West Virginia.

Ashton White, a defensive back, will be a grad transfer from Notre Dame to Buffalo.

Cole Blake, a running back, is leaving Robert Morris and using his grad transfer to walk-on at Pitt.

Jake Hall, a defensive lineman, will be a graduate transfer to SMU, having spent most of his career at Arkansas.

And Denzil Ware, a linebacker, is heading to Jacksonville State after leaving Kentucky as a grad transfer. This one is a bit of a surprise - an SEC starter heading to the FCS has raised a few eyebrows.

 

Hough and Hayes commit

Two college football graduate transfers have announced their school for 2018.

Tim Hough, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from UNLV. He'll be playing for Oregon this fall and will have one year of eligibility remaining

Meanwhile, Jay Hayes, a defensive lineman, will grad transfer to Oklahoma. He started all 13 games for Notre Dame last season and will have one year of eligibility left.

Update to the football transfer list

College basketball has had most of the attention over the last couple of weeks, but we're still tracking college football grad transfers.

The latest is Jay Hayes, a defensive lineman from Notre Dame. This move is a bit of a surprise - Hayes started all 13 games for the Irish last season and racked up 27 tackles. He's appeared in 26 games over his career. Hayes will have one year of eligibility remaining.

Tiassum taking grad transfer - in 2019

Brandon Tiassum, a defensive lineman formerly of the Notre Dame football team, is presenting an interesting scenario. He was dismissed from the team last week, but will not graduate from Notre Dame until December 2018. But his college football career isn't over, and he will move on as a graduate transfer after he gets his degree. File this one away for next winter.

A few new names on the Potential Transfer List

Aside from the FCS and CFP National Championship games in the next couple of days, the college football is season is over, and that means we're starting to hear more about players considering their futures.

Two players from Notre Dame, C.J Sanders and Pete Mokwuah, are taking grad transfers.

Sanders is only a junior, but it's being reported that he will have enough credits to graduate over the summer. Because he played as a true freshman, he only has one year of eligibility remaining. He made his mark returning kicks for the Irish for the last three years, while only seeing significant reps at wide receiver in 2016.

Mokwuah, a Long Island native, played sparingly during his four years at Notre Dame as a defensive lineman. He red-shirted his freshman year, and has another year of eligibility left.

Arizona defensive lineman Marcus Griffin also announced his intention to transfer for his final year of eligibility. Griffin made appeared in 11 games over three years with the Wildcats and was included in Arizona's recognition of graduating senior in November.