An Offseason Of Transfers

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During the offseason, the saga of Nick Suriano lit up our world as all different types of stories circulated about his transfer from reigning NCAA champion Penn State to Rutgers. Suriano's situation was, and still is, the most talked about move in years. 

Right behind Suriano's transfer back home to New Jersey to wrestle for the Scarlet Knights is Joey McKenna's decision to leave Stanford and head to Ohio State. Like Suriano, McKenna's journey to his new place took quite some time and had plenty of rumors and speculation surrounding it until it came to a conclusion just a few weeks ago. But obviously, these guys weren't the only two making moves this summer. Fresno State, which will finally be back in action this season, had a great deal of native Californians come home to rep the Bulldogs in their first season since the program was dropped in June 2006.

As the season comes back around, look for a number of guys to do damage sporting their new colors. And so you know who to look for, here is a list of every Division I transfer that happened this offseason.

Nick Suriano - Penn State to Rutgers
Dalton Macri - Cornell to North Carolina
Brent Fleetwood - Central Michigan to North Dakota State
Sean Williams - Oklahoma to Fresno State
Brandon Paetzell - Rutgers to Lehigh

Emilio Saavedra - Old Dominion to Fresno State
Corey Keener - Central Michigan to Penn State
Micky Phillippi - Virginia to Pitt
Colby Smith App. State to Missouri
Jonathan Marmolejo - Purdue to Iowa State

Joey McKenna - Stanford to tOSU
Tyson Dippery - Rutgers to Rider
Jesse Dellavecchia - Binghamton to Rider

Steve Bleise - Northern Illinois to Minnesota
Pat Lugo - Edinboro to Iowa
Greg Gaxiola - Cal Baptist to Fresno State
Josh Reyes - Boise State to Clackamas to Fresno State
Jarrett Degen - Virginia Tech to Iowa State

Fred Green - Boise State to Virginia
Fredy Stroker - Minnesota to Cornell
Isaiah Hokit - Drexel to Fresno State

Te'Shan Campbell - Pittsburgh to Ohio State
Dominic Kincaid - Cal Baptist to Fresno State
Isaiah White - Notre Dame College to Nebraska

Pat Downey - Iowa State to Iowa

Kevin Beazley - ODU to Michigan
Richie Brandt - Utah Valley to Fresno State
Kellan Stout - Penn State to Pitt

AJ Nevills - Penn State to Fresno State

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