Texas A&M doesn’t have many options at quarterback behind Trevor Knight, who is in his final year of eligibility.

Could that be changing soon?

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Jarrett Stidham, the former Baylor quarterback who is still evaluating transfer options, was in the stands Kyle Field last Saturday for Texas A&M’s thrilling overtime win against Tennessee.  The No. 2 dual-threat quarterback in the 2015 recruiting class per 247Sports composite rankings, Stidham announced his departure from Baylor in July.

He will be able to play immediately in 2017, with three years of eligibility still to his name.  Stidham played in 10 games with three starts before suffering a broken ankle late last season, going 75-of-109 f or 1,265 yards, 12 touchdowns and just two interceptions.

The only backup quarterback listed on the Aggies’ depth chart is junior Jake Hubenak, who was mildly effective last season. Dual-threat quarterback Kellen Mond, a four-star prospect, is currently committed to Texas A&M.

The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Stidham has made a few visits to Auburn, but it doesn’t appear like he’s close to making a decision while spending a semester away from football in junior  college. It’s merely speculation at this point, but the Aggies did pursue Stidham during his high-school recruitment.