Newly committed college football grad transfers

Here's the latest college football grad transfer news.

Jomon Dotson, an athlete who has played both corner back and running back, is leaving Washington as a graduate transfer and heading to Nevada.

Winston Dimel, a running back / full back, is leaving Kansas State, where he played for his father, and taking a grad transfer to UTEP, where he'll play for his father.

Adam Shuler, a defensive lineman, is taking a grad transfer from West Virginia to Florida.

Colorado State gets surprise QB commit

Remember KJ Carta-Samuels? Washington QB graduate transfer heading to UCLA? Yeah, he changed plans. Yeah, he changed plans in a major way.

Carta-Samuels is now taking his grad transfer to Colorado State. The Rams lost their quarterback to a knee injury a few weeks ago, and now they have another solution to take his place. Carta-Samuels was a career role player for the Huskies who is using his final year of college football to play in the Mountain West Conference. It will be interesting to hear what made him change his mind. 

Carta-Samuels heading to UCLA

KJ Samuels, a backup QB for the last two seasons at Washington, is heading to UCLA. He's taking a grad transfer to compete for the starting job for the Bruins, who have a new coach (Chip Kelly) and an open competition for the starting job. Samuels was highly touted out of high school, but was never able to get the starting job for the Huskies. He'll be enrolling for the spring semester at UCLA.

Two more grad transfers on the board

Brayden Dickey, a wide receiver, is leaving Washington after four years. He appeared in 40 games as a Husky, catching 42 passes in that time. He's set to graduate in March, so he'll likely enroll at his new school in the summer.

Kevin Feder, a behemoth of an offensive lineman, is taking his grad transfer from Ohio State. Feder (who measures at 6'9"), has only made one appearance in his injury-plagued career for the Buckeyes. He's graduate this spring, and because he's only used two years of eligibility, he'll have two years to play college football at some place else