Catching up on football grad transfers

We've added two players to the Committed Transfers list on the college football side.

Dominique Heath, formerly of Kansas State, is taking his graduate transfer to Appalachian State. As a North Carolina native, he's now closer to home. A wide receiver, Heath put up nearly a thousand yards receiving in his career, plus had success returning kicks. He has one year of eligibility left.

T.J. Roundtree, an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Louisville and heading to Colorado State. He appeared in 18 games over two years for the Cardinals and will now have one season of eligibility as a Ram. This is the second graduate transfer CSU has picked up with week.

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.