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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.

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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.

Updates to the football list

Getting caught up on the latest additions to the college football grad transfer lists.

Keyan Williams, a wide receiver, is taking a graduate transfer from Nebraska to Ball State.

Kyle Feder, an offensive lineman, will grad transfer from Ohio State to Kansas.

Freddy Canteen, a wide receiver, will take a graduate transfer from Notre Dame. This is his second season on the market - he transferred into Notre Dame last summer.

Meanwhile, Darrin Kirkland, a linebacker has decided to stay at Tennessee after announcing his intent to take a grad transfer earlier this month.

College basketball news

Here's an update on college basketball graduate transfers from the last few days.

Elbert Robinson, a center, will graduate transfer from LSU to Old Dominion.

Jaylon Robertson, a guard, will grad transfer from Coastal Carolina to Nicholls State.

Tashombe Riley, a forward, is taking a grad transfer to South Alabama, having just finished his degree at South Carolina State.

Also, Hassan Hussein, a forward, is taking a graduate transfer from Florida International.

Christian Mekowulu, a center, will grad transfer from Tennessee State. He made the decision after pulling out of the NBA draft.

Khwan Fore, a guard, is back on the market after de-committing from Tennessee. He's a grad transfer from Richmond.

Latest football grad transfer commits

A couple of updates to the committed graduate transfer list for college football.

Dennis Edwards, an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Western Kentucky to Purdue.

Edwards' former teammate, Jake Collins, a punter, will also take a graduate transfer from Western Kentucky. He's heading to Northwestern.

Pat Nelson, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Illinois to SMU.

Also, linebacker Jared Drake is on the Other Grad Transfers list - he's taking a graduate transfer from Ohio State to FCS Western Illinois.

Additionally, Darrin Kirkland, a linebacker, has announced his intention to leave Tennessee as a grad transfer.

Landon and Griffin Commit

More updates to the committed transfer list.

Marcus Griffin, a defensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Arizona to Central Michigan. Griffin failed to make the line rotation during his three years with the Wildcats, appearing in just 11 games. But he was a highly touted prospect coming out of high school, and a change of scenery may spark a big year. He will have one season of eligibility with the Chippewas.

Madre London, a running back, will be a grad transfer to Tennessee. He was a role player at Michigan State, racking up nearly a thousand yards and eight touchdowns in his career. London figures to be a good fit for Tennessee's new pro-style offense, and he'll have one season of eligibility to make an impact. This is the third graduate transfer the Vols have landed this month.

Tennessee adds grad transfer kicker

Ryan Tice, formerly of Michigan, is taking a graduate transfer to Tennessee. He saw time on the field in 2016 as a placekicker, but did not play at all during the 2017. And he'll have two years of eligibility to play college football for the Volunteers.

It was rumored last week that Tennessee could be bringing in four or five grad transfers, so stay tuned. These may keep coming.

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.

Busy day for Grad Transfer QBs

Three Power 5 quarterbacks have announced their intention to take graduate transfers for the 2018 season.

Jalan McClendon is leaving North Carolina State after backing up Ryan Finley for the last two seasons. He attempted just three passes in 2017. He'll have one year of eligibility to play college football elsewhere after he graduates in May.

Quinten Dormady, a part time starter for Tennessee last season, is also moving on. He started in five games before ultimately losing the job to Jarrett Guarantano in a lost season for Tennessee. He made 17 appearances in three years for the Volunteers.

And Evan Shirreffs, the backup QB at Miami this year, is taking a grad transfer after he graduates in the spring. He played in three games this year and four in his career. He's the rare three year graduate, meaning he gets two years to play college football at his next school.

And that's now five grad transfers from Miami this season - four leaving and one coming in.

Lineman heading to Miami

Venzell Boulware, an offensive lineman, will be taking a grad transfer from Tennessee to play college football at Miami (Fl). Boulware will graduate in the spring or summer of 2018, according to report, and will join the Hurricanes at some point before next season. As a redshirt sophomore, he'll have two years of eligibility remaining.

Boulware made three starts with the Volunteers over two years, but fell off the depth chart this season. He was recruited by Miami coach Mark Richt previously, so this seems like an obvious fit.