June 5, 2006
John Chiles shows his talents at Texas camp
Mansfield Summit blue-chip athlete John Chiles has little to prove when it comes to football talent. The standout prospect recently received a five-star rating from Rivals.com, and he's penciled in as the nation's 12th-best prospect in the very first Rivals100 rankings that were released on Monday.
But despite those lofty accolades, there still is one question that has continued to follow Chiles around in recent months: Will the versatile athlete spend his college days playing quarterback or will he take his talents to another position, possibly wide receiver or defensive back?
If Chiles has his way, he'll line up under center and touch the ball on every play, and he's made it known that his intentions are to begin his Longhorn career at quarterback.
On Sunday, at the Longhorns' first mini-camp of the year, Chiles got a chance to put his QB skills on display, and he drew strong reviews from those in attendance.
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