Another busy Monday for grad transfers

So far, there have been four changes to the lists today, with two commits and two announcements of intent.

Alex Malzone, the former Michigan quarterback, is going to play college football for Miami Ohio next season. That's not to be confused with Miami (Fl), which has been very busy this month. Malzone only had three appearances over his Michigan career. Luckily for him (and the Redhawks), Malzone has two seasons of eligibility left. He'll graduate from Michigan in the spring.

George Rushing, a wide receiver formerly of Wisconsin, is taking a graduate transfer to Buffalo next season. Rushing was hurt for most of the 2017 season, and it had been announced before the season was even over that Rushing would be graduating.

Josh Harris, a linebacker from Arkansas, and Clemson Quarterback Tucker Israel also announced their intentions to take grad transfers next season. Stay tuned on where they end up.

Austin Hudson to Oregon State

Former South Florida defensive back Austin Hudson will play for Oregon State in 2017. Hudson initially played for Beavers coach Gary Andersen at Wisconsin before transferring home to Tampa. Hudson is switching schools (and coasts) in part because USF dropped his intended program of graduate study.