Allen leaves A&M with 14 career starts with a record of 9-5. There are also no schools that jump out for Allen, but Arizona State could pop up as they could prove to sway him. Either way, he’s sitting out the 2016 season and there will be more info in the coming weeks. Knight, on the other hand has been in a different circumstance. The University of Oklahoma gave Knight a full release from the program; this makes him eligible to play in 2016 for any FBS team of his choice. Knight was a junior this past season, a redshirt junior. This will essentially in a similar position that Jake Rudock was in this point last season when he left Iowa for Michigan. Trevor Knight may likely stay in the Big 12, according to reports but Knight has spoken with Kansas State, Oregon, SMU, and Georgia. At all four schools he would likely be the uncontested starter since he will only play one year. I would personally like to add Michigan, Cal, and possibly LSU because those schools will have QB questions for certain. Knight handled this with the utmost class and definitely deserves a chance.
Thank you College Station and thank you Texas A&M University 👍🏼 pic.twitter.com/hekE2O31ZK— Kyle Allen (@KyleAllen_10) December 11, 2015
no surprise Bob Stoops is doing right thing, giving Trevor Knight full release…can transfer to any school…great leader, deserves it.— Bill Jones (@CBS11BillJones) December 10, 2015