Updates to the college basketball list

The college basketball graduate transfer season is really starting to get crazy. There's lots of teams looking for grad transfers, and we're seeing new names pop up all of the time. That includes one commit and three potential transfers who have been added to their respective lists tonight.

Zach Hankins, Center / Post, is leaving Ferris State and taking his grad transfer to Xavier. Hankins just won the Division 2 Player of the Year award, as well as the National Championship with the Bulldogs. He has one year of eligibility left.

Matt Mooney, a guard, could be taking his graduate transfer from South Dakota. He's still considering his options, but could be moving on after a coaching change. Mooney is considered by some as one of the best mid-major players in the country.

Ryan Welage, a forward, could be a grad transfer from San Jose State. He hasn't red-shirted, but could switch majors and graduate early in order to be eligible. We'll keep an eye on him as his situation potentially clarifies.

Kassoum Yakwe, a forward, is taking a grad transfer from St. John's. He's a post player who will be eligible for one year and can play immediately.

Grad transfers on and off the basketball commit list

Another busy day for college basketball graduate transfers.

First, Evan Boudreaux de-committed from Xavier, who he originally committed to back in December. Boudreaux did not play this season for Dartmouth, and after he graduates this spring, the forward will have two years of eligibility remaining as a grad transfer. He's moving on from his commitment to Xavier following the departure of their coach. Boudreaux averaged 17.5 points a game for the Big Green over two seasons.

Also, Trey Touchet, a guard, has announced his graduate transfer from UTEP to McNeese State. Touchet is a Louisiana native who has been a role player for the Miners over the last three seasons, averaging about three points per game. He has one year of eligibility left.