Even with Kyler Murray eschewing the Major League Baseball draft and enrolling at Texas A&M this summer, depth at quarterback is still a concern for the Aggies. They got some help in that area on Saturday.

Texas A&M added one of the top junior college quarterbacks in the nation to its 2015 recruiting class, according to 247sports.

Jake Hubernak, who played at Blinn College in Brenham,Texas last fall, committed to Texas A&M on Saturday. He was the leading passer in the nation at the junior college level, throwing for 506.5 yards per game while leading Blinn to 55.4 points per game. He finished the season with 4,052 yards, 47 touchdowns and nine interceptions in eight games.

Hubernak joins one of his Blinn teammates in Aggieland, wide receiver Damion Ratley, who enrolled at A&M this winter. Hubernak was originally a walk-on at Oklahoma State before transferring to Blinn after he didn’t earn a scholarship at OSU. Blinn, of course, is where Cam Newton won a junior college national title back in 2009 before transferring to Auburn.

The quarterback told 247sports that while he can’t sign his National Letter of Intent yet, he will sign his financial aid agreement with Texas A&M, which will allow him to enroll this summer. Hubernak also said he had drawn interest from Florida.

Hubernak will have three years of eligibility, per 247sports. He becomes┬áthe Aggies’ third scholarship quarterback behind starter Kyle Allen and Murray.