"Oklahoma State offered during the spring," Onyegbule said. "Tulsa and Nebraska also offered during the spring. Oklahoma said they were going to offer after a little more evaluation. Texas has talked to me about the future and that I might get an offer."
The 4-5A honorable mention selection has taken in a pair of camps this summer in Austin and Norman.
"I went to the Texas and Oklahoma camps. At Texas, I performed real well. They told me that I did well and they were going to watch me next semester," said Onyegbule, who went out of his way to sing the praises of Jaxon Shipley.
With three offers on the table and more to come in September, forming a list of favorites isn't a difficult task for the talented receiver. One program has always been the favorite.
"My top three would be Texas, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State. Then, it is Kansas, Texas A&M, and Nebraska. They are all still up there. Growing up I always liked Texas," said Onyegbule, who attended the Longhorns spring game in April.
With the first practice only days away on August 10, the junior's full attention has switched to a season filled with expectations and a top 20 state ranking.
"They have us ranked, I think, 18th in the state. We should be looking good for district and the playoffs this year," Onyegbule said.
Arlington High returns 15 starters total from last year's 8-5 squad, including eight on the offensive side of the ball.