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.

More guards on the transfer list

It's halftime of the National Title Game, so it's a good time to update you on the college basketball graduate transfers that came in today. If your team is looking for guards, here are a couple more to consider:

Nick Norton, Guard, UAB

Robert Cartwright, Guard, Stanford

Trevor John, Guard, Cal Poly

Chris Howell, Guard, South Dakota State


Tennessee lands grad transfer QB

It's been a challenging off-season for Tennessee. The Volunteers had a long search for a new head coach and have been connected with numerous graduate transfer quarterbacks over the last few months. And now, they seem to have their guy.

Keller Chryst, a quarterback formerly of Stanford, will play his final year of college football in Knoxville. Chryst opted to grad transfer after losing the starting job in Palo Alto. He made 13 career starts and 23 career appearances for the Cardinal and is expected to compete for the starting job at Tennessee.

Stanford defensive back to grad transfer

Terrence Alexander, a defensive back, is taking a graduate transfer from Stanford. Alexander played for the Cardinal in 40 games in the first three years of his college football career, but he lost the 2017 season to injury. But he's been given an extra year of eligibility, and therefore, he's eligible for an extra season, and he's decided to play elsewhere for 2018. Stay tuned for where he ends up.

A busy day for offensive linemen

Three committed grad transfers today, all three from the trenches.

Casey Tucker, an offensive lineman from Stanford, will play his college football at Arizona State next season. He's an Arizona native who redshirted last season after appearing in 27 games over three seasons for the Cardinal. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Junior Diaz, a lineman formerly of Tulane, is taking his graduate transfer to Florida Atlantic. Diaz was a starter at Tulane for three seasons, but is returning to his region in Florida for his redshirt senior year. Diaz is expected to step in to a starting role on the Owls' line.

And finally, Joe Brown is taking a grad transfer from BYU to West Virginia. He's eligible for at least one season, and the coaching staff indicates they'll try to get him a second year of eligibility. He's being joined by his younger brother, who is also an offensive lineman.

Sunday updates to the lists

Casey Hughes, who made the grad transfer list earlier this month, is off to Michigan. He played four three season at Utah before quitting the team before the 2017 season.

Meanwhile, Keller Chryst is leaving Stanford and will play his fifth year elsewhere. He's battled injuries throughout his career, and he lost his starting job midway through the 2017 season. He's joining a crowded market of quarterback transfers, so stay tuned on where he ends up.