Texas A&M is suddenly short another one of its quarterbacks heading into 2016.
Kyler Murray will transfer from Texas A&M, but the Aggies have been in the process of trying to convince Murray to stay in College Station, Texas, according to TexasAgs.com’s Billy Liucci.
Murray is the second quarterback to announce he is transferring out of College Station, Texas since the end of the college football season. Sophomore Kyle Allen announced that he would transfer from the Aggies last week.
Murray, a true freshman, was named Texas A&M’s starting quarterback in advance of the Aggies’ contest against South Carolina the day before Halloween.
The former 5-star recruit appeared in eight games for Texas A&M in 2015, throwing for 686 yards, five touchdowns and seven interceptions. Murray also collected 335 rushing yards and a touchdown this season.