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Graduate transfers are still trickling in as summer workouts get underway.

Josh Webster, a guard, is taking a grad transfer from Texas Tech to Missouri State.

Cheddi Mosely, a guard, will graduate transfer from Boston University to La Salle.

Akoy Agau, a center, will grad transfer from SMU to Louisville, where he started his career.

Braedon Bayer, a guard, will use his graduate transfer from Syracuse to Siena.

The latest college football commits

Two more committed grad transfers to report in college football.

Raelon Singleton, a wide receiver, is taking a grad transfer from Utah to Houston.

Juwan Dowels, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Syracuse to Western Michigan. This one's particularly interesting because Syracuse and Western Michigan play in the season opener this fall.

Additional college basketball grad transfers

A few more names to the potential graduate transfer list.

Connor MacDougall is leaving New Mexico. The forward missed this past season with an injury, but was an important role player for the Lobos during the 2016-2017 season. He has one year of college basketball remaining.

Valentine Sangoyomi, a center, is taking a graduate transfer from Houston. Sangoyomi was a role player for the Cougars this season and has one season of eligibility remaining.

And Braedon Bayer, a guard, is leaving Syracuse as a grad transfer. Bayer came to Syracuse as a walk on transfer from Division III Grinnell and was put on scholarship for part of this season. He played a couple of critical minutes during the NCAA Tournament after being pressed into action because of foul troubles. 

Potential Grad Transfer Updates

Two names on the potential board today.

Rodney Williams, a defensive back, is leaving Syracuse for his final year of eligibility. Williams saw time in the Orange secondary, but saw diminishing minutes as the staff reshapes the defense. He's the third Syracuse defensive back and fifth defensive player overall to take a graduate transfer this off-season.

Meanwhile, George Wahee, a wide receiver from Norfolk State, is also taking a grad transfer. He reached out to us to let us know he's moving on after three years with the Spartans. He has two years of eligibility left, and let us know he's looking for a new challenge in college football. Check out his tape on the Potential Transfer board.

Two departures from two of the busier programs

If you look through the Potential Transfers list, Illinois and Syracuse are two of the frequent schools on it. So it's fitting that both schools had another grad transfer announce today.

Illinois is losing Jeff George, a quarterback who started nine games. And yes, he's the son of the Illini great with the same name. George will graduate in the spring and will have two years of eligibility remaining at his next school.

Troy Henderson, a linebacker, is also taking his degree from Syracuse this spring and moving on. He will also have two years of eligibility remaining. Henderson played sparingly in two years for the Orange. Henderson was recruited for a drastically different system than Cuse now runs, so this move comes as no surprise.

Check back to see where these guys end up playing college football next year.