Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight already has had a busy 2016, and he’s eager to keep the year rolling.
Knight spent three seasons at Oklahoma before transferring to Texas A&M in January after graduation. Getting his diploma cleared the way for him to be eligible to play for the Aggies this fall, and Knight earned that chance after proving his worth this spring.
Speaking at the Manning Passing Academy, Knight talked about the potential for some great things in College Station this fall, according to NOLA.com.
“I haven’t been with the guys for four years like I would have somewhere else, but a lot of good guys. A lot of incredibly talented receivers that I get to throw to. We’re heading in the right direction.
“From practice one to practice 15 of spring, it’s not even the same team. That says a lot about the coaching staff … I look forward to making another jump come fall camp and into the season as well. Just continuing to get better each and every day.”
Knight only played in six games for the Sooners in 2015 because of the emergence of Baker Mayfield. Knight threw for 305 yards and two touchdowns.