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Trevor Knight | Quarterback

Team: Texas A&M Aggies
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 202

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Texas A&M redshirt senior QB Trevor Knight completed 12-of-22 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's win over Arkansas.
Knight did the most damage on the ground, shredding the Razorbacks for 157 yards and two additional scores. Knight is up to 1,055 passing yards, 308 rushing yards and 10 total touchdowns for the 4-0 Aggies. Sep 25 - 10:41 AM

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Texas A&M redshirt senior QB Trevor Knight completed 21-of-37 passes for 344 yards, three touchdowns and an interception while chipping in with 78 yards rushing and a score in Saturday's 67-0 win over Prairie View.

Knight's 78 yards rushing were good for second-most on the Aggies and just one shy of the 79 that Kendall Bussey posted to lead the team. As for his work through the air, the 6-foot-1, 202-pounder connected for all three of his passing touchdowns in the second quarter, hitting up Speedy Noil from eight yards out and hooking up with star wideout Christian Kirk on 34- and 64-yard scoring scoring tosses. Texas A&M will try for a 3-0 start when they tango with Auburn next Saturday.
Sep 10 - 10:26 PM

Texas A&M redshirt senior QB Trevor Knight completed 22-of-42 passes for 239 yards, a touchdown and an interception in Saturday's 31-24 overtime victory over UCLA.

Knight outshone Josh Rosen in his Aggies' debut. The capper came in overtime. Kevin Sumlin elected to go for it on 4th and Goal from the 1. The Bruins bit on a fake handoff and Knight trotted unperturbed into the end zone for the game-winning touchdown. In all, Knight added 31 yards and two scores on the ground. The Oklahoma transfer sure looks like he's solved A&M's quarterback issues.
Sep 3 - 8:25 PM

In a column penned for Sports Illustrated's Campus Rush, Texas A&M redshirt senior QB Trevor Knight defended the rights of graduate transfers.

"I've heard some coaches complain about the grad transfer rule, say they don't like or don't think it's 'right.' I hear some people say we have a transfer epidemic," Knight wrote. Then came the kicker. "Well, there are a lot of similarities to coaches leaving for what they call better opportunities -- why is it different for the players?" The 6-foot-1, 202-pounder took advantage of his graduate transfer rights in January when he shifted over from Oklahoma to Texas A&M. Knight has already been named the Aggies' starter for 2016.
Source: Campus Rush
Jul 8 - 2:24 PM

Texas A&M redshirt senior QB Trevor Knight said, "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," Knight said. He called Texas A&M's receiving corps -- led by sophomore star-in-making Christian Kirk and rounded out by talented wideouts Josh Reynolds and Ricky Seals-Jones -- "incredibly talented." Knight has already been named Texas A&M's starting quarterback and hopes to build on the early positive momentum the team is beginning to accumulate. "I look forward to making another job come fall camp and into the season as well. Just continuing to get better each and every day," he said. The hope is that the veteran Knight provides a level of stability after talented youngsters Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray transferred out in the college football equivalent of a slow motion train wreck over the winter.
Jun 26 - 7:09 PM

Texas A&M named graduate QB Trevor Knight the starter in 2016.

We're still waiting to hear the outcome from a number of starting quarterback competitions around the country -- most will be decided in August camp -- but the Aggies cleared up their mystery early. Oklahoma graduate transfer Knight will helm the ship for the 2016 campaign, beating out junior Jake Hubenak for the honor. The 6-foot-1, 202-pounder closed out the spring completing 25-of-36 passes for 282 yards, a touchdown and an interception in the annual Maroon-and-White game. In his best season with Oklahoma (2014), he accumulated 2,300 passing yards (56.6% completions) with a 14/12 TD/INT ratio.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 11 - 9:42 PM

Texas A&M OC Noel Mazzone said that the battle between graduate QB Trevor Knight and sophomore QB Jake Hubenak has been a "really good competition."

At this early juncture, there's no front-runner. We probably shouldn't expect one to be named this spring unless one of Knight or Hubenak blows the socks off HC Kevin Sumlin. At the very least, the team dynamic has changed. Stalwart junior DE Myles Garrett is among those who have noticed the shifty locker room dynamic with Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray having transferred out of the program. He specifically pointed to the influence of the 6-foot-1, 202-pound Knight. Said Garrett, "[T]he way [Knight] carries himself, how hard he works, you just want to follow him."
Mar 13 - 3:02 PM

Texas A&M HC Kevin Sumlin said of graduate QB Trevor Knight and sophomore QB Jake Hubenak, "They’re mature guys. They’re handling things pretty well."

Sumlin might as well have said, "They aren't Kyle Allen or Kyler Murray," but he makes his point in an awkwardly veiled way well enough. Knight makes his way to the Aggies via a transfer from Oklahoma, while Hubenak headed on over (and earned playing time late in the 2015 campaign) by way of a JUCO transfer. Sumlin likes that experience, noting, "They’re two guys who have been to a couple different schools -- shoot, Jake, this is his third stop. They knew who each other were before they got here. They did a nice job during winter conditioning of taking a leadership role and filling a void that we needed." Sumlin's saying the right things, but let's not forget that both Allen and Murray were top-rated recruits for a reason. That kind of arm talent is not easy to replace, regardless of how much new-found harmony's in the air at College Station.
Source: ESPN.com
Mar 3 - 5:53 PM

Texas A&M graduate QB Trevor Knight is set to compete with Jake Hubenak for the starting job in spring practices.

The 6-foot-1, 202-pound Knight transferred over from Oklahoma earlier this month -- he lost his starting job to Baker Mayfield last season -- but it eligible to play immediately as a graduate. The Aggies were wise to add Knight as a stopgap option and/or depth insurance following the shocking transfers of Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray. "Three quarterbacks have transferred out of A&M over the past two seasons," wrote ESPN's Andrea Adelson, who ranked Knight as the second most important transfer for next season. "Can Knight solidify the spot and make Kevin Sumlin happy?"
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 25 - 2:33 PM

Oklahoma redshirt junior QB Trevor Knight has decided to transfer to Texas A&M.

The Aggies have been considered the front-runners for Knight since 247sports reported as much just after Christmas. It's official now, with Knight posting on Twitter, "hello Aggieland, let's have some fun! Gig 'em!" If there's any fanbase that's desperate for some fun, it would be that of A&M. The school infamously lost QB's Kyler Murray and Kyle Allen to transfers after the close of the regular season and there are now reports that HC Kevin Sumlin might be eyeing NFL openings. The 6-foot-1, 202-pound Knight will be able to play immediately as a graduate transfer. In his 10 starts in 2014, he threw for 2,300 yards with a 14/12 TD/INT ratio. Then, Baker Mayfield happened.
Jan 4 - 6:41 PM

According to Taylor Hamm of 247 Sports, Auburn and LSU have both made offers to transferring Oklahoma redshirt junior QB Trevor Knight.

On December 26, 247sports.com reported that Texas A&M was considered the front-runner for Knight's services. A&M won't be able to scoop up the 6-foot-1, 202-pounder without a fight, though, as LSU and Auburn are apparently also on his trail. Per Hamm, those programs feel that the Aggies remain the front-runner. With Oklahoma eliminated from the CFB Playoff, Knight could make his decision public as early as Sunday.
Jan 3 - 12:58 AM

According to 247 Sports, Texas A&M is the front-runner to land Oklahoma redshirt junior QB Trevor Knight in a graduate transfer.

Knight's already been released from his Oklahoma scholarship and can sign with any squad. Early reports have him leaning Texas A&M. Given that A&M's dealing with the blowback of transfers from Kyler Murray and Kyle Allen, there's opportunity here for the 6-foot-1, 202-pounder. He'll have the opportunity to play immediately wherever he lands, as grad transfers are exempted from the NCAA's one-year transfer sit-out policy. In 2014 (his last season as a starter), Knight threw for 2,300 yards with a 14/12 TD/INT ratio.
Sat, Dec 26, 2015 06:46:00 PM

Oklahoma redshirt junior QB Trevor Knight has been granted a full release from his scholarship and is able to transfer wherever he wants.

Knight is expected to graduate after the current semester, so he will be able to play immediately at his next school. We applaud Bob Stoops for not restricting Knight in any way and wish more coaches would follow suit. Knight gave way to the superior player in Baker Mayfield this season, but the quarterback has plenty of starting experience and should land a No. 1 role at another program.
Source: Rivals
Fri, Dec 11, 2015 09:15:00 AM

Oklahoma redshirt sophomore QB Trevor Knight has been cleared to practice and play in the school's bowl game against Clemson.

Knight dealt with transient quadriplegia for quite some time as the result of a hit by Baylor edge rusher Shawn Oakman. Knight's best game as a Sooner came against Alabama in the school's bowl game last season. Oklahoma is hoping for a repeat.
Sat, Dec 13, 2014 11:51:00 AM

Oklahoma redshirt sophomore QB Trevor Knight will not play against Oklahoma State.

The quarterback is reportedly dealing with transient quadriplegia as the result of a hit by Baylor edge rusher Shawn Oakman. This will be his third straight game missed. Freshman Cody Thomas has started in his place.
Mon, Dec 1, 2014 01:46:00 PM