Former Aggies QB Kyle Allen—who has two years of eligibility left—may follow Tom Herman to Texas to compete for a starting spot.
Former Aggies QB and Houston transfer Kyle Allen might be transferring once again, according to a report from BurntOrangeNation.com. This time, he'd be following newly hired head coach Tom Herman to Texas, a program that's had quarterback trouble the past few years.
Allen is set to become a graduate transfer and would have two years of eligibility remaining. He was forced to sit out the entire 2016 season due to NCAA transfer rules after leaving Texas A&M last December.
Allen told Fox Sports, per BurntOrangeNation.com:
"I just have a lot of trust in Coach [Tom] Herman,” Allen said. “He had recruited me in high school [when Herman was at Ohio State]. I had gotten to know him extremely well. I know he can really help me grow as a man and get to the NFL."
In two seasons with the Aggies, Allen started 14 games and threw for 2,210 yards and 17 touchdowns.