A busy basketball Monday

It was a quiet weekend for college basketball, but today has made up for lost time.

Here's the latest grad transfer news:

Noah Yates, F, graduate transfer from Yale to Richmond.

Malik Martin, F, grad transfer from South Florida to Tennessee Tech.

Xavian Stapleton, G, graduate transfer from Mississippi State to Florida Atlantic.

Eric Lockett, G, grad transfer from Florida International to North Carolina State.

Matt Mooney, G, graduate transfer from South Dakota to Texas Tech.

Also, we learned today that Stone Gettings, a forward, will grad transfer from Cornell.

Big name QB on the market and other news

The biggest college football grad transfer news of the day is Joe Burrow finally announcing his intention to take a graduate transfer. The Ohio State quarterback has been rumored to be on the move for months, and now it's official. Stay tuned to see where he ends up.

Also, Blake Barnett, a quarterback, is taking a grad transfer from Arizona State to South Florida.

Finally, Brandon Kennedy, an offensive lineman, is taking a grad transfer from Alabama.

To see the full list of Football Grad Transfers, click the drop down menu, or click here.

 

 

Graduate transfers from South Florida and Iowa

Iowa is losing another quarterback this cycle. Ryan Boyle, a former Iowa high school player of the year, struggled to find the field during his tenure as a Hawkeye. He played both QB and wide receiver in order to find playing time, but saw the field only once in three years. He'll graduate in the spring and have two years of college football eligibility once he takes his grad transfer.

Meanwhile, Kano Dillon, a rotation tight end, is leaving South Florida. He's taking his grad transfer after a career where he put up big numbers very early on. He never broke out after a big debut, and he's looking for another opportunity for 2018. He has one year of elibility left.

Austin Hudson to Oregon State

Former South Florida defensive back Austin Hudson will play for Oregon State in 2017. Hudson initially played for Beavers coach Gary Andersen at Wisconsin before transferring home to Tampa. Hudson is switching schools (and coasts) in part because USF dropped his intended program of graduate study.