College football grad transfers from the last few days

Here's the latest college football grad transfers that we've come across.

Berkley Edwards, a running back, will graduate transfer from Central Michigan to Michigan.

Giovanni Gentosi, a running back / full back, will grad transfer from UCLA to Rice.

Andrew Brown, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Florida International to FCS Tennessee-Chattanooga.

Two big time grad transfers announce destinations

Two of the more highly sought after college basketball grad transfers have committed.

Nat Dixon, a scoring guard from Tennessee-Chattanooga, will take his graduate transfer to Nevada.

Ehab Amin, a guard, is heading to Nevada as a graduate transfer. He led the country in steals two years ago while playing for Texas A&M - Corpus Christie.

New additions to the potential transfer list

A busy day in college basketball, as a half dozen players announced their intentions to take graduate transfers.

Michael Finke, a post player, is leaving Illinois with one year of eligibility remaining. He averaged almost ten points a game for the Illini this season.

Justin Coleman, a guard, is taking a grad transfer from Samford. Originally a part of the Alabama basketball team, Coleman lead the Bulldogs with 13.5 points per game this season. He has one season of eligibility remaining.

Jake Wright, a guard, is taking his graduate transfer from Miami (OH). He has one year of eligibility remaining and put up 5.5 points a game as a reserve for the Redhawks this season.

Novak Topalovic, a center, is taking his degree from Idaho State. The native Serb averaged 10 points a game for the Bengals. He's the first seven footer to take a graduate transfer this season.

Miles Reynolds, a guard, will be a grad transfer from Pacific. He put up 13 points a game this season for the Tigers, and he has one year of eligibility left.

And last but not least, Nat Dixon, a guard-forward tweener, is leaving Tennessee-Chattanooga. Originally a college football player, Dixon has successfully switched gears and lead his team in scoring this season with almost 14 points per game. He has one year of college basketball remaining.