Kenny Hill '100 percent' to TAMU 

December, 18, 2012
Kenny Hill (Southlake, Texas/Carroll) doesn’t pay much attention to the trolling and the rumors that float around social media. In the last week, Hill has heard that he’s going to decommit from Texas A&M and explore other options, particularly with Kliff Kingsbury leaving A&M as the offensive coordinator to take the top job at Texas Tech.

Hill squashed all rumors -- including one that had him exploring the option of possibly playing at Baylor -- Monday night. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound dual-threat quarterback said he is “100 percent solid” with the Aggies and looks forward to playing for coach Kevin Sumlin and the program.

“There’s always one person saying something, and then that turns into something, and then another and another,” Hill said. “Coach Kingsbury left, and Johnny [Manziel] won the Heisman. Then someone says something. I think it’s just people coming up with their own ideas of what I’m going to do.

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