Kenny Hill could have Fort Worth on his mind.
The Texas A&M quarterback, who lost his job as the starter for the Aggies after a suspension, has been granted a release and will transfer to TCU, according to a report from 247sports.com.
Hill, a sophomore, was one of the biggest prizes in recruiting two years ago out of Southlake Carroll. He ended up at A&M with Kevin Sumlin and began the season as the starter, taking over for Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. He threw for more than 500 yards in an season-opening victory at South Carolina, and the Aggies started 5-0. But he played poorly in a three-game losing streak, including a 59-0 loss to Alabama, and then was suspended for two games for breaking team rules.
Kyle Allen took over, and the Aggies finished the season with him and are apparently ready to go forward with him as their starter.
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At TCU, Hill would have to sit out a year.
The Horned Frogs expect junior Trevone Boykin to return as the starter next year, coming off a 12-1 season in which he became a Heisman candidate.