NFL sources told FOX 26 Sports University of Houston quarterback Kyle Allen has decided to skip his final year of eligibility and make himself available for the NFL Draft.
Allen, who played the first two years of his college career with Texas A&M, transferred to UH in 2016, sitting out that season before being named the Cougars starting quarterback for the 2017 season.
However, Allen ended up playing in only four games before being replaced by Kyle Postma who eventually lost the job to D’Eriq King.
Allen played in 20 games for the Aggies during his freshman and sophomore seasons before leaving for UH.
Allen has hired an agent.