Dru Brown will transfer from Hawaii and play his senior season elsewhere, Mike Bainbridge of Athlon Sports reports.
Tucker Israel will transfer away from Clemson, Scott Keepfer of the Greenville News reports.
Nick Basquine (Achilles) has been medically cleared to return to action, according to his personal Twitter account.
Abdul Adams will transfer to Syracuse, Mike Bainbridge of Athon Sports reports.
Lindsey Scott will transfer to Missouri, Michael Carvell of SECCountry.com reports.
Clayton Thorson underwent successful surgery to repair his torn right ACL, Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com reports.
Anthony Scott has been added to East Carolina's official roster, Stephen Igoe of 247Sports.com reports.
George Rushing will transfer to Buffalo, Jeff Potrykus of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Keller Chryst announced Sunday that he will graduate and transfer from Stanford.
Travon McMillian announced his decision to finish his final year of eligibility at the University of Colorado, Andy Bitter of The Roanoke Times reports.
Cole Hedlund has left the Arkansas program and will join North Texas as a graduate transfer for the 2018 season, Brett Vito of the Denton Record-Chronicle reports.
Hunter Rison announced Saturday via his personal Twitter account that he will transfer to Kansas State.
Tre Watson announced that he will transfer from California to finish his final year of eligibility with a different program, Ken Goe of The Oregonian reports.
Chris Warren declared for the 2018 NFL Draft, according to an NFL.com report.
Cordarrion Richardson announced Friday that he will transfer to Texas A&M, Ben Baby of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Chayce Crouch announced his retirement from football this week, Adam Rittenberg of ESPN reports.
Daniel Parr transferred to Duquesne this offseason, The Palm Beach Post reports.
Zerrick Cooper is leaving Clemson and will transfer to another program, Andrea Adelson of ESPN reports.
Raelon Singleton has decided to leave Utah football for "family reasons," Josh Furlong of KSL.com reports.
Phil Jurkovec "will have a very real chance to win the [starting] job" this in fall camp if neither Brandon Wimbush nor Ian Book establishes themselves spring practice, ESPN's Adam Rittenberg reports.