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Arian Smith said Saturday that he recently underwent surgery to address a broken wrist, Mike Griffith of DawgNation.com reports.

Jordan Wilson has committed to transfer to Florida State, Curt Weiler of the Tallahassee Democrat reports.

Duke coach David Cutcliffe confirmed earlier in the spring that Gunnar Holmberg made a full recovery from August knee surgery, Adam Rowe of 247Sports.com reports.

Taulia Tagovailoa has entered the transfer portal, Matt Zenitz of AL.com reports.

Evan Fairs committed to Virginia Tech as a graduate transfer Thursday.

McKenzie Milton (leg) suggested Wednesday that there is a 50-50 chance he will take the field for the 2020 season, Matt Murschel of the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Morian Walker placed his name in the NCAA's transfer portal in February and is set to leave Utah State as a graduate transfer, Brandon Huffman of 247Sports.com reports.

Amani Gilmore has placed his name int he transfer portal, Matt Zenitz of AL.com reports.

Brennon Dingle committed to UTSA as a graduate transfer, Greg Luca of the San Antonio Express-News reports.

Villanova announced April 19 that Cole Bunce joined the football program as a graduate transfer from TCU.

The NCAA extended Jacob Harris a sixth year of eligibility back in December, Matt Murschel of the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Christian McStravick announced via Twitter that he is transferring to Rice.

Ethan Long moved to an H-back/tight-end role during the offseason and is expected to see most of his reps at those positions in 2020, Doug Haller of The Athletic reports.

Ben Batson has changed positions from quarterback to safety ahead of the 2020 season.

John Raine is heading to Northwestern as a graduate transfer, InsideNU.com reports.

Christian Malloy has entered the transfer portal, 247 Sports reports.

Keytaon Thompson announced Friday that he is transferring to Virginia.

Gavin Screws entered the transfer portal Thursday, 247 Sports reports.

Kyle Fourtenbary entered the NCAA's transfer portal Thursday, 247Sports.com reports.

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley recently indicated that Theo Howard is making good progress in his recovery from a torn Achilles' tendon and is expected to be ready for the Sept. 5 season opener versus Missouri State, Joey Helmer of 247Sports.com reports. "It speaks a lot to his character because a lot of guys would be really down with just transferring here and then having an injury happen like he did," Riley said of Howard. "And he's [not]. Rehab is going great, and he's already bringing a lot to our team."