Kenny Hill got his career as a starting quarterback at the collegiate level off to a hot start at Texas A&M, but he was quickly humbled and found himself out of a job.
After Hill went 0-3 against Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Alabama in games where he greatly struggled, he found himself suspended for two games because of a violation of team rules.
That was the last time Kenny Hill suited up for the Aggies.
Now, he is looking for a new home.
Since announcing he would transfer from Texas A&M, it was believed that Hill would make the move to Fort Worth to join the TCU Horned Frogs. However, he has yet to arrive on campus, according to the Star Telegram.
Despite the fact that Hill has yet to show up, the belief remains that he will become a member of the TCU program.
Before Hill can enroll, he will need a scholarship to open up. That appears to be the hold up, but the good news is that TCU should be able to free up a scholarship in time for the summer semester which begins next month.
At that time, Kenny Hill could begin taking the next steps to revive his college career.
Hill has two years of eligibility left.
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