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.

Plenty of football transfer activity

As the semester draws to a close and post-spring depth charts come out, we're seeing a spike in college football grad transfers.

Nick Harvey is now on the committed graduate transfer list. He's a defensive back and is leaving Texas A&M for South Carolina.

New to the Other Grad Transfers list is Matt Shiel, a punter who is taking a grad transfer to Mercer. He's a particularly interesting graduate transfer because he started his career at Mercer, transferred home to Australia, and is coming back for grad school where he started. This counts as a grad transfer because his eligibility clock started during his first stint on campus.

Three other players announced their intent to take grad transfers today:

Jalen Williams, Linebacker, Pittsburgh

Dennis Edwards, Offensive Lineman, Western Kentucky

Andrew Mike, Offensive Lineman, Florida

Updates to the Potential Transfer List

Caleb Eagans reached out to us directly to let us know he's seeking a graduate transfer to play college football. He hasn't played college football since the 2014 season, but he had a successful career running track for Texas A&M. Those skills are sure to translate. Read the story on Caleb - he's had a difficult path, but looks like a natural athlete. He aims to play wide receiver and return kicks, and he told us he has two years of eligibility remaining.

Also, Toriano Roundtree is taking a grad transfer from Louisville. He's an offensive lineman who saw time as a role player over the last two seasons. He's already taking visits, so we may know more about where he ends up soon.

Two SEC giants land grad transfers

Alabama has taken on their second graduate transfer this off-season. Gardner Minshew, a quarterback, joins the Crimson Tide from East Carolina. While other schools kicked the tires around Minshew, he's been linked to Alabama from day one. He's from Mississippi and played his college football in the JUCO ranks there before heading to East Carolina, so this move makes sense. He's likely being brought in for depth, as Alabama is currently a bit light when it comes to QB's. Minshew has a year of eligibility remaining, with the potential for a second year.

Meanwhile, Trevor Wood is taking his grad transfer to Texas A&M. Wood saw time at both tight end and on the defensive line for Arizona, but he's heading to College Station to play on offense. He was a role player for the Wildcats, but figures to be right in the mix under the new Aggies staff.