The Texas A&M football team's spring season is complete, but the competition for the starting quarterback job will continue into the fall. True freshman Kyle Allen exceeded expectations early in his Aggie career and is widely considered the leader in the competition to replace Johnny Manziel.
Allen graduated from high school early and enrolled at A&M in January. Instead of getting ready for his senior prom, he has been trying to complete passes against SEC defenders.
Allen is competing with sophomore Kenny Hill and fifth-year senior Matt Joeckel for the starting quarterback job. Allen and Hill were thought to be ahead of Joeckel in the competition, but then Hill was suspended after being arrested for public intoxication.
Whether or not Allen will start his first career collegiate game will be decided about two weeks before the Aggies' season opener on August 28.
This is a look at what Allen showed the coaches and fans during spring practice.