There have been rumors over the last several weeks that senior Miles Oneygbule as been taking reps at quarterback for the Texas Longhorns in workouts, a belief confirmed by Onyegbule's Twitter account.

The bio for the Arlington product says that he's a quarterback at Texas, the position that he played during his senior year of high school.

After catching passes from eventual Texas A&M quarterback Matt Joeckel as a sophomore and junior, Onyegbule made the move to signal caller for his last prep season and completed 98-of-170 passes (57.6%) for 1,267 yards, 12 touchdowns, and seven interceptions (4.1% INT rate). Onyegbule also added 1,524 yards on 185 carries and 21 touchdowns on the ground.

A three-star prospect by Rivals out of high school, Onyegbule was the other wide receiver take in the 2011 class along with Jaxon Shipley as the staff opted to pass on other in-state prospects like Whitehouse's Trey Metoyer, a more highly-rated player who had academic issues out of high school and was eventually dismissed from the Oklahoma program because of legal issues.

Even as an early pledge at the first Junior Day in 2010, Onyegbule held offers from Arkansas, Baylor, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and Tulsa by the end of his recruitment -- despite his three-star ranking, he was reasonably well-regarded by coaches evaluating him.