Former Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Kenny Hill has finally found a new home.
After plenty of speculation and rumors, Hill has decided to take his talents from College Station to Fort Worth where he will join the TCU Horned Frogs.
According to the Star-Telegram, Hill will enroll at TCU on June 1 and begin classes immediately.
During his only season with the Aggies, Hill burst onto the scene and appeared to be an excellent replacement for Johnny Manziel. However, once Texas A&M reached the toughest part of their schedule, Hill began to struggle. Eventually, Hill was suspended for a violation of team rules.
Now, Hill will be looking for a new start at TCU with two years of eligibility remaining. Of course, Hill will first need to sit out for one season because of NCAA transfer rules.
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