The most recent grad transfers

We’re almost done with October, and we’ve seen a couple more college football players eligible for graduate transfer.

Manny Bowen, a reserve linebacker, is leaving the Penn State squad to preserve his last year of eligibility. He will finish his degree, graduate in December, and be eligible for a new school in January.

D’Andre Plantin, a reserve offensive lineman, is done playing at Virginia Tech. He’ll be eligible for a graduate transfer in the spring.

Also, Justice Shelton-Mosley, a wide receiver, could be a graduate transfer from Harvard. There’s no indication that Shelton-Mosley is looking for a grad transfer, but he’s not eligible to return to the Crimson because of Ivy League injury rules.

College football grad transfers already coming in

A rule change this off-season means guys can redshirt, even after playing 3 or 4 games. The rule is meant for younger players, but we’re starting to see older players taking advantage. We’re seeing players who have found their roles diminished and are deciding to sit out the rest of the season, finishing their degrees, and having eligibility to graduate transfer elsewhere next season.

Here’s the list of players who have thus far made the decision to find a new opportunity next season:

Jalen Harris, Tight End, Auburn

Jalen McCleskey, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

Jonathan Nance, Wide Receiver, Arkansas

Remus Bulmer, Running Back, Sam Houston St

Stay tuned - there’s certainly going to be more additions before the regular season is over.

College football news

Here's the latest grad transfer news from college football.

Brandon Kennedy, an offensive lineman, is taking his graduate transfer from Alabama to Tennessee.

Wake Forest has added two grad transfers on special teams. Darren Ford, a kicker / punter, will use the grad transfer rule to join the Deacs from Division III Hope College. Eric Osteen, a kicker, will be a graduate transfer from Army. Osteen is an interesting story - he's coming back to college football after five years on active duty.

Freddie Canteen, a wide receiver, will grad transfer from Notre Dame to Tulane. He's the very rare two school graduate transfer.

Busy couple of days in college football

Here's the latest grad transfer news in college football, and the wide receiver position is will represented.

Juval Mollette, a wide receiver, will take the graduate transfer route out of North Carolina.

Terence Williams, a running back, will grad transfer from Baylor to Houston.

Mason Rutherford, a wide receiver, has announced his graduate transfer from Delaware State to West Virginia.

C.J. Sanders, a wide receiver, will be a grad transfer from Notre Dame to SMU.

And Dayall Harris, a wide receiver, will grad transfer out of Miami (FL).


Updating college football activity

Here's what's been happening for college football grad transfers over the last couple of days.

Noah Fisher, an offensive lineman, will take a graduate transfer from South Alabama to Tulane.

Vaha Vainuku, a defensive lineman, will grad transfer from Utah to Nebraska.

Van Johnson, a wide receiver, can grad transfer from Mississippi to Florida, thanks to a rule change about graduate transfers within the SEC.

Cequan Jefferson, a defensive back, is taking a graduate transfer from Temple to Stony Brook.

Updates to the football list

Getting caught up on the latest additions to the college football grad transfer lists.

Keyan Williams, a wide receiver, is taking a graduate transfer from Nebraska to Ball State.

Kyle Feder, an offensive lineman, will grad transfer from Ohio State to Kansas.

Freddy Canteen, a wide receiver, will take a graduate transfer from Notre Dame. This is his second season on the market - he transferred into Notre Dame last summer.

Meanwhile, Darrin Kirkland, a linebacker has decided to stay at Tennessee after announcing his intent to take a grad transfer earlier this month.

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.

The latest college football commits

Two more committed grad transfers to report in college football.

Raelon Singleton, a wide receiver, is taking a grad transfer from Utah to Houston.

Juwan Dowels, a defensive back, is taking a grad transfer from Syracuse to Western Michigan. This one's particularly interesting because Syracuse and Western Michigan play in the season opener this fall.

Additions to the football list

Camp season is over, and college football players are once again on the move. Here are the latest graduate transfers.

Isaiah Gentry-Madaris, a wide receiver, is taking his grad transfer from Minnesota to Miami of Ohio.

Tabari Hines, also a wide receiver, will be a graduate transfer to Oregon after spending his first four years at Wake Forest.

And Ryan Boyle is on the "Other Grad Transfers" list, as he will play quarterback for Indiana State next season, after taking his degree from Iowa.


A busy Monday for football

A bit of activity for college football as spring practices start to wind up.

Two grad transfer commits today:

V.J. Banks, DB, Rice to Colorado State. Banks is the fourth Rice player to commit elsewhere as a grad transfer this spring.

Seth Collins, WR, Oregon State to Texas Tech.

One potential grad transfer:

Abraham Wallace, DB, Texas Tech. This one is a bit murky, as Wallace already took a grad transfer to get to Texas Tech. But if he's completed an advanced degree, it seems reasonable that he's eligible again.

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.

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. 

Former Michigan WR announces new school

It's been a bit quiet on the grad transfer market for college football. Spring practices are in full swing, and it's likely that we won't see too much activity until depth charts are set in the coming weeks.

But Maurice Ways isn't waiting. He was one of the first players to announce his intention to take a graduate transfer back in November, and now he's decided where he'll play next season. The destination is California, and Ways figures to compete for time in their wide receiver rotation. He appeared in 25 games during his career with the Wolverines and made 8 catches. He has one year of eligibility remaining.

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.

Three West Virginia players taking grad transfers

As spring practices start up, rosters are coming out, which means more grad transfers are springing up.

Today, we learned of three graduate transfers from West Virginia.

Chris Chugunov, a quarterback, will have two years of eligibility remaining once he enrolls at his new school this summer. Chugunov started the Mountaineers' last two games last season, but is unlikely to get a crack at the full time starting job this fall.

Jaleel Fields, a defensive lineman, will have at least one year of eligibility remaining. He appeared in 12 games a role player in 2017 and suffered an injury that cost him the full 2016 season, which could potentially mean he would get a second year of eligibility under the right circumstances.

Ricky Rogers, a wide receiver, will also have one year of college football left. He hasn't seen much time over his career, and is sure to be looking for more playing time at his next stop.


A couple of potential grad transfers

Garrett Grey, a wide receiver turned tight end, is leaving Texas. He spent two years contributing on special teams before getting a starting role as a tight end this past season. That only lasted two games, before an injury ended his season. Grey has a year of college football eligibility remaining. It appears he won't be a graduate transfer - he's expressed a desire start working, but you never know.

Meanwhile, Jerad Washington, a backup wide receiver for South Carolina, is transferring. It appears he can graduate this spring, which qualifies him for the list. Stay tuned to see if he takes a graduate transfer for the 2018 season.

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.

Potential Grad Transfer Updates

Two names on the potential board today.

Rodney Williams, a defensive back, is leaving Syracuse for his final year of eligibility. Williams saw time in the Orange secondary, but saw diminishing minutes as the staff reshapes the defense. He's the third Syracuse defensive back and fifth defensive player overall to take a graduate transfer this off-season.

Meanwhile, George Wahee, a wide receiver from Norfolk State, is also taking a grad transfer. He reached out to us to let us know he's moving on after three years with the Spartans. He has two years of eligibility left, and let us know he's looking for a new challenge in college football. Check out his tape on the Potential Transfer board.