Big Ten transfers announce grad schools

Grad transfers from Ohio State and Michigan have announced where they will be playing college football next season.

Dylan Thompson, a defensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Ohio State to Virginia next season. Thompson had an injury plagued and academically challenging career for the Buckeyes and really only saw the field for the 2017 season. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

Meanwhile, Drake Harris, a wide receiver turned defensive back for Michigan, has announced he;'ll take his grad transfer to Western Michigan. Harris dabbled on defense for the 2017 Wolverines, but it's been confirmed he'll play wide receiver for the Broncos. He has one year of eligibility to play college football for the 2018 season.

NSD, Part 3 - Graduate Transfer Offensive Linemen commit

Marcus Applefield, a former starter on the Rutgers offensive line, is taking a grad transfer to Virginia. Applefield started ten games for the Scarlet Knights last season and had twenty five career appearances. He has one year of college football eligibility remaining and had previously announced his intention to transfer back in December.

Dwayne Wallace, formerly of Cal, is taking his graduate transfer to Ole Miss. Wallace played in twelve games in 2016, including nine as a starter. However, he left the Golden Bears before the 2017 season, leaving him with one year of eligibility in Mississippi.

Simmons leaving Virginia

Jahvoni Simmons, a redshirt sophomore linebacker, is leaving Virginia with his degree. It's always cool when this happens, a guy getting his degree and having multiple years of eligibility remaining. Simmons plans to become his graduate transfer after playing in six games and recording one tackle in his Cavaliers career. We'll let you know when he announces where he'll be playing college football next year.