Knight atop group of graduate transfers making impact in SEC

Nov 5 2016 Starkville MS USA Mississippi State Bulldogs wide receiver Keith Mixon carries the ball during the second half of the game against the Texas A&M Aggies at Davis Wade Stadium. Mississippi State won 35-28. Mandatory Credit Matt Bush-US

A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin was not specific when speaking about the severity or specific type of injury during his weekly media conference on Tuesday.

Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight injured his shoulder last weekend in the team's devastating loss to Mississippi State.

Texas A&M's 2015 class ranked No. 11 in the nation, and No. 6 in the SEC.

The good news is that Knight could return to the team in time for the bowl game.

Jake Hubenak will start the final three regular season games for Texas A&M, which will all be at home against Ole Miss, Texas-San Antonio and LSU.

He was knocked from Saturday's game late in the second quarter after landing on his right arm while being tackled going out of bounds. He was in street clothes and a sling for the remainder of the afternoon.

Knight, who transferred from Oklahoma, has accounted for nearly 2,500 total yards and 23 touchdowns and is a big reason the Aggies are ranked 10th and were No. 4 in last week's initial College Football Poll. He won the starting quarterback job following spring practice. Hubenak has only thrown 38 passes on the season for 350 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. The Oklahoma transfer has been phenomenal all year for this program, totaling 2,494 yards and 23 touchdowns.

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