I've got three sources reporting it, so we're running with it. Kenny "Trill" Hill, a sophomore quarterback at Texas A&M, will reportedly transfer to TCU, following in the footsteps of Matt Joeckel away from College Station. Unlike Joeckel, however, Hill will not be a graduate transfer and will have to sit out a year before becoming eligible, according to NCAA rules. As Hill did not redshirt in his seasons at A&M, it will count as a redshirt year and he will have two years of eligibility starting in the 2016 football season.
Now with that bit of business out of the way... wow. I certainly didn't see this one coming, especially with the quarterbacks that TCU currently has in the pipeline, but Hill has a ton of talent and, with proper coaching, could step right into the starting quarterback position after Trevone Boykin graduates in 2015. Hill was a consensus four star out of Southlake Carroll as a recruit, with offers from TCU, Kansas State, Baylor, Texas Tech and our friends at Ole Miss among others, but ended up choosing Texas A&M, where he backed up Johnny Manziel for one season and was the starter for the Aggies early in 2014, quickly racking up national attention with a phenomenal performance in a blowout win over South Carolina- where he broke many of the Aggies records for passing in a single game. When A&M's schedule stiffened, however, Hill shrunk a bit- although his yardage was still good, he had 6 TDs and 6 INTs against Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Alabama and ended up relegated to the bench and he acted out a bit, earning a two game suspension. With a year off to mature and be taken into the tutelage of quarterback whisperer Sonny Cumbie (as well as having one of the finest models of how to carry yourself as a quarterback in Trevone Boykin to learn from for a year), however, the ceiling for Hill is very high and it would not be at all surprising to see him beat out the other quarterbacks on the roster for a starting spot- at the very least, this will serve as notice that the competition is going to be fierce after Boykin graduates- we should be in very good hands, no matter who wins.
Welcome to the family, Kenny.