First, Kyle Allen. Now, Kyler Murray?

According to Billy Liucci of, the true freshman quarterback as of very recently plans on following in the footsteps of Kyle Allen and transferring from Texas A&M.

Apparently, the decision came after talking with coach Kevin Sumlin. However, the school is trying to keep Murray in College Station.

Murray appeared in eight games for Texas A&M this season, completing 59.5 percent of his passes for 686 passing yards, 5 TDs and 7 INTs. He also rushed 53 times for 335 yards and a touchdown.

Allen and Murray were both five-star recruits in high school and fought for the starting job throughout fall camp, and they each had their opportunities to start for the Aggies this season.

Allen announced his decision to transfer just six days ago.

Making matters worse, the Aggies don’t have a quarterback committed in the 2016 class. Other quarterbacks on the roster include junior-to-be Jake Hubenak and senior-to-be Conner McQueen.