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.

Reynolds announces grad transfer destination

Miles Reynolds, a guard, is taking his graduate transfer from Pacific to Oklahoma. He started 20 games for the Tigers and averaged more than 13 points per game. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Also in college basketball grad transfer news, Landon Goesling, a guard, is taking a graduate transfer from Division 2 St. Edward's. He put up 23 points a game this season and has one season of eligibility remaining.

New names on the grad transfer list

A random mix of players on potential transfer board this evening.

Ricky DeBerry, who saw time at linebacker and H-back for Oklahoma, will take a graduate transfer after he graduates in May. DeBerry only had six career appearances for Oklahoma, including one start, all during the 2016. He red-shirted in 2015 and health issues in 2017 prevented him from taking the field. He has two years of college football left wherever he ends up.

V.J. Banks, a defensive back, will grad transfer away from Rice for his last season of eligibility. Banks was an important member of the secondary for three seasons, but an injury cut short his senior year. He's been given an extra year, and he's looking to play elsewhere his final year. This is Rice's third grad transfer of the winter.

And J.J. Cosentino, a quarterback from Florida State, is no longer on the Seminole roster. He never really made an impact on the depth chart, and he already has his degree. While it's unclear if he intends to take a graduate transfer, he's eligible to do so. So you never know.