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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.

FCS players move to FBS and other transfer news

A couple of new commits to report in the college football world.

Landon Stratton, a punter, is taking a graduate transfer from Murray State to Georgia. Stratton was originally on the "Other Grad Transfer" list, having previously pledged to Houston Baptist.

John Austin Cook, an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Central Arkansas to South Alabama. Cook was an All-American in FCS, and he's taking his last year of eligibility to match up against FBS competition.

Also, Tre Watson, a running back, announced his graduate transfer to Texas yesterday. He'll join the Longhorns after graduating from California.

Additionally, Demarcus Felton, a running back, plans to take a grad transfer from Texas Tech.

Plenty of football transfer activity

As the semester draws to a close and post-spring depth charts come out, we're seeing a spike in college football grad transfers.

Nick Harvey is now on the committed graduate transfer list. He's a defensive back and is leaving Texas A&M for South Carolina.

New to the Other Grad Transfers list is Matt Shiel, a punter who is taking a grad transfer to Mercer. He's a particularly interesting graduate transfer because he started his career at Mercer, transferred home to Australia, and is coming back for grad school where he started. This counts as a grad transfer because his eligibility clock started during his first stint on campus.

Three other players announced their intent to take grad transfers today:

Jalen Williams, Linebacker, Pittsburgh

Dennis Edwards, Offensive Lineman, Western Kentucky

Andrew Mike, Offensive Lineman, Florida

Football updates include former basketball player

The latest college football grad transfer news includes the rare athlete who is switching sports.

Ahmad Wagner, formerly a forward for the Iowa college basketball team, is taking a grad transfer to play tight end at Kentucky, Read more about his change in sports here.

Other committed graduate transfers added to the list are:

Danny Sutton, punter, Maryland to New Mexico

Tony Lashley, linebacker, Idaho to Boise State

Additionally, Dallas Warmack, an offensive lineman from Alabama, is now on the potential grad transfer list.

Another Oregon-Mizzou grad transfer and more news

Alex Ofodile, a wide receiver, is leaving Oregon to play college football at Missouri. He'll graduate in June and take his grad transfer this summer, where he'll have two years left to play. Ofodile is an interesting case. He's following his college teammate, Khalil Oliver, to Missouri. But it gets more interesting. Ofodile is from Columbia, Missouri, and his father is Mizzou's wide receiver coach. Somethings are just meant to be.

Meanwhile, Dylan Klumph, a punter, is taking a graduate transfer to Arizona. He leaves California as one of the best punters in their history and fills in a position of immediate need for the Wildcats. He graduates in May and has one year of eligibility left.

Finally, Madre London, a running back, is taking a graduate transfer from Michigan State. Stuck behind other runners on the depth chart, London is looking for a new opportunity at a new school. He has one year of eligibility remaining and has run for 900 yards in four years for the Spartans.

NSD News, Part 1 - A busy day at Vanderbilt

Three grad transfers connected to the Commodores today, including two of the Ivy League's best.

Louis Vecchio is taking a graduate transfer to Vandy from Penn. He was a two-time All-Ivy League performer on the defensive line and is getting a degree from their prestigious business school this spring. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Meanwhile, All-Ivy League punter Parker Thome is moving to Vanderbilt as a grad transfer from Columbia.  Thome will likely fill a huge need on special teams for the 2018 season. He will also have one year of eligibility.

Finally, Shawn Stankavage is leaving Vanderbilt to play college football at Rice. Stankavage will have a year to play for Rice, which has a new coaching staff. He only completed one pass in his career for the Commodores, which was plagued by injuries.