Parents pulled their two children, including the QB star, from Allen ISD following a racist message written on their home.

ALLEN, Texas. Two Allen ISD students, including a high school star quarterback, left the area following an incident involving racist vandalism at their home.

Police have confirmed that the incident took place at the home of now-former Allen High School quarterback Mike Hawkins Jr. and that they are investigating.

More details about the vandalism were not released.

Allen ISD also confirmed that it received recall forms for Hawkins Jr. and his brother Malik from Allen and District High School.

According to 24/7 Sports, Hawkins Jr. is a four-star class of 2024 rookie who has already sparked interest from colleges like Oklahoma, Arkansas and Alabama.

His father, Mike Sr., played in the NFL from 2005 to 2009 and worked for several teams, including the Dallas Cowboys.

In a statement, Allen Mayor Ken Fulk said: “To hear about this incident is extremely discouraging. Such language and behavior is inexcusable and has no place in a supportive and welcoming community like Allen. We are committed to bringing justice to this case and urge anyone with information to contact the Allen Police Department immediately by calling Investigator Chris Simpson at 214-509-4273.”

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