Report: A&M to lift Kenny Hill’s suspension next month
The chase to replace Johnny Manziel at Texas A&M will officially become a two-man race in the next couple of weeks.
According to Jeremy Fowler of CBSSports.com, head coach Kevin Sumlin is expected to reinstate quarterback Kenny Hill in June as the team begins the voluntary workout phase of the offseason. Aggie players are off this month after completing spring practice last month.
In late March, Hill was arrested and charged with public intoxication, leading to the indefinite suspension.
With Matt Joeckel transferring from the Aggies in mid-April, Hill and highly-touted true freshman Kyle Allen will fight for the right to replace Manziel in a competition that will begin in earnest at the beginning of summer camp in early August.