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Rutgers redshirt senior S Kiy Hester transferred to FIU as a graduate.

Hester (6'0/208) initially signed on with Miami as a four-star recruit in the 2014 cycle, but his career with the Hurricanes never got off the ground. He requested and was granted release from his scholarship in September of 2014 and subsequently moved on to Rutgers. With the Scarlet Knights, he saw the field in 29 games and started 19 contests (eight in 2017). This past season, Hester recorded 31 tackles while intercepting three passes. He ran two of those picks back for touchdowns. As a graduate transfer, he will be eligible to play immediately during the upcoming campaign with FIU.
May 22 - 12:04 PM

AL.com's Matt Zenitz reports that transferring Alabama redshirt junior C Brandon Kennedy's appeal of the program's barring a potential SEC transfer has been denied.

Kennedy (6'3/301) is attempting to exit from Alabama as a graduate transfer, but is being blocked from landing at another SEC program. With his initial appeal denied, his next move would involve an in-person hearing with the appeals board. According to Zenitz, Kennedy would like to finish out his final two years of eligibility at Auburn or Tennessee. He graduated in December. SEC commissioner Greg Sankey has previously gone on record saying that the conference is understanding to the idea of increased transfer freedom for student-athletes who are taking serious steps in the classroom toward furthering their higher-level education. Kennedy was working as a backup center in Tuscaloosa during spring practice.
Source: AL.com
May 22 - 11:55 AM

UCF junior RB Jawon Hamilton transferred to James Madison.

Hamilton (5'9/185) had himself a rocky end to his UCF career, as he missed the bulk of the 2017 season while recovering from a leg injury which required surgery and was not allowed to participate in spring practice due to a suspension for violating team rules. That suspension was initially levied by former HC Scott Frost and has subsequently been upheld by new HC Josh Huepel. Over two seasons in the program, Hamilton rushed for 546 yards and five touchdowns. His departure for the FCS -- he'll be eligible to play immediately during the coming season -- leaves the Knights down two backs heading into the summer, as Cordarrian Richardson earlier this offseason transferred to Texas A&M. Adrian Killins. Otis Anderson, Taj McGowan and Greg McRae should all receive looks of varying degree on the running backs depth chart once August camp boots up.
May 22 - 11:29 AM

Rivals' Ira Schoffel reports that Florida State has suspended redshirt sophomore T Josh Ball for accusations of dating violence.

Per Schoffel, the decision to suspend Ball was reached by an FSU judiciary panel. This suspension stems from allegations made by Sandra Sellers, a former girlfriend who filed for a protective injunction last September in which she alleged that Ball was a "violent person." There were 11 alleged incidents cited in that injunction. Just how long Ball's suspension will last is not clear at this juncture, but should it stretch into August and beyond, Seminoles HC Willie Taggart and staff will have to begin sorting through alternate starting options at left tackle (Ball started the final nine contests of the 2017 season). Jauan Williams, Mike Arnold and Derrick Kelly are all candidates to fill in for Ball should he be sidelined for long.
Source: Rivals
May 22 - 11:10 AM

Penn State received a verbal commitment from five-star 2019 LB Brandon Smith.

Smith has been considered a lean for the Nittany Lions for some time, but now it's official -- or as official as it can get with a verbal commitment, anyway. The 6-foot-4, 223-pound linebacker was also considering Clemson, Ohio State, Texas A&M and several other big-name schools. It's a huge get for the Nittany Lions already strong class, as he ranks as the number two inside linebacker on 247 Sports composite rankings, and 32nd overall. This could be an immediate contributor for James Franklin and company when he enrolls at some point in 2019.
Source: Land Of 10
May 21 - 5:58 PM

SEC Country's Alex Hickey believes that LSU redshirt junior QB Justin McMillan is the quarterback who is most likely to transfer off the LSU roster.

Hickey gives fellow signal-caller Myles Brennan a medium chance of leaving the Tigers, and Lowell Narcisse a low -- but variable -- odds of transferring from LSU. McMillan reportedly performed well during the spring, and Hickey believes that McMillan still has a chance of winning the job even with the arrival of Joe Burrow. "If he doesn’t get the job, he’d still have a year to play elsewhere after this season," writes Hickey. "But it would be understandable if one more year on the bench holds no appeal to him."
Source: SEC Country
May 21 - 5:42 PM

North Carolina State received a verbal commitment from three-star 2019 RB Jamious Griffin.

Griffin ranks as the 22nd best running back in 247 Sports list -- 38th in their composite rankings -- and 35th in the state of Georgia. The 5-foot-10, 205-pound running back was also considering Indiana, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Purdue, among others. Reports indicate that Griffin is a "complete" tailback who can finish runs by punishing tacklers, but also has enough speed to make plays on the outside and in the passing game.
Source: 247 Sports
May 21 - 5:25 PM

Michigan State received a verbal commitment from four-star 2019 WR Julian Barnett.

Barnett (6'1/185) was also considering Ohio State heavily, and the talented wideout had offers from schools like Notre Dame, Alabama, Auburn and Georgia; as well. He's considered a top prospect as a cornerback on top of being a wideout, but it's the latter he'll likely play at Michigan State. Reports say that Barnett tracks the ball well in the air, and that he's a physical player who can help as a blocker on top of making plays with the ball in his hands.
May 21 - 5:03 PM
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