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