- Sam Khan Jr., ESPN Staff Writer
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Texas A&M's quarterback depth was thin in 2014 and it became even thinner this offseason after one signal-caller transferred out of the program, however, the Aggies boosted their numbers at the position over the weekend. The Aggies made a late addition to their 2015 recruiting class by landing a commitment from Blinn College quarterback Jake Hubenak on Saturday.
Hubenak, who posted his intentions on Twitter, will join the Aggies with three years of eligibility remaining. Currently the Aggies only have two scholarship quarterbacks on the roster -- Kyle Allen and Conner McQueen -- and one of them (McQueen) was originally a walk-on who was awarded a scholarship before the 2014 season. Last week, Texas A&M 2015 signee Kyler Murray announced that he would "opt out" of the MLB First-Year Player Draft (he was a highly-regarded baseball prospect in addition to being the nation's No. 1-ranked dual-threat quarterback recruit) and head to Texas A&M to play football and baseball. Come August when preseason training camp begins, the Aggies will have plenty of quarterback depth. Hubenak threw for 4,052 yards, 47 touchdowns and nine interceptions last year. You can read more about Hubenak here.