Monday's football news

A couple of grad transfer updates for college football.

Sterling Johnson, a defensive lineman, is taking a graduate transfer from Clemson to Coastal Carolina.

Also, writers for Utah State report that Jalen Green, a wide receiver, has taken his grad transfer from USC to Utah State. This is surprising - Green was originally committed to Illinois.

Finally, Keyan Williams, a wide receiver ,will take a graduate transfer from Nebraska.

Greene taking grad transfer to Illinois

Jalen Greene, a wide receiver who has also seen time at quarterback, is leaving USC for Illinois. As a grad transfer, he has one year of eligibility remaining.

Greene announced his intention to transfer a couple of weeks ago, and has found a home with the rebuilding Illini. He was a role player for the Trojans, and carved a niche for himself as a secondary passer - he threw several touchdowns in career after lining up as a wide out.

In other news, offensive lineman Brinkley Jolly has left the team at Wyoming and intends to take his graduate transfer. Jolly made seven starts and appeared in 9 games during his career with the Cowboys. He'll have one year of college football left at his next school. 

Arizona State picks up another grad transfer lineman

Roy Hemsley, an reserve offensive lineman from Southern California, is taking his graduate transfer to Arizona State. Hemsley was an important rotation player for the Trojans last season, appearing in all 14 games at multiple positions. He has two years of college football remaining, having graduated in three years.

This is Arizona State's second offensive line grad transfer from within the Pac 12 this off season, after Casey Tucker committed from Stanford earlier in the cycle.