Connor Kern is taking his graduate transfer to The Citadel. The guard, formerly of Arkansas State, has two years of college basketball eligibility remaining. Kern's career got off to a slow start because of injury, but he has been a key role player and spot-starter for the Red Wolves over the last two seasons. He averaged about four points a game in his career.
Dee Delaney, formerly of The Citadel, is taking a grad transfer to play college football at Miami. Delaney is an FCS All-American and led his conference with six interceptions last season. He has P5 size and is expected to compete for a starting job in the Hurricanes' secondary next year.
Trey Klock, an offensive lineman formerly of Georgia Tech, is using a graduate transfer to move to Northwestern. He made five starts for the Yellow Jackets in 2016 in a season ultimately plagued by injuries. Klock expressed unhappiness in Atlanta, and is moving to Chicago to pursue a business degree. He will have two years of eligibility at Northwestern.
Dee Delaney, an All-American defensive back from The Citadel, is in flux with his football future at the moment. Back in January, Delaney, who is 6'4" and 200 pounds, said he'd be back for his senior season with the Bulldogs. However, he's now getting interest from a number of FBS schools. He apparently in contact with Miami and will visit the Hurricanes next weekend. It's unclear if Delaney intends to transfer, or if he's just interested in one specific school. He will continue to practice with The Citadel this spring.