The only college camp Iman Marshall attended this summer was at UCLA and the 2015 cornerback from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly already has an offer from the Bruins.
Marshall, a 6-foot, 175-pound prospect, said at the B2G Elite Camp last weekend that UCLA definitely impressed him and he's looking forward to seeing how the new coaching staff does this season.
"I like the program," Marshall said. "Everything is fast-paced and quick. You have to learn on the fly.
"I think they have a lot of talent on the coaching staff with their experience in the NFL. I think they're going to be solid in the next couple years. Maybe not this year but gradually like every other school you have to take your time and build your team."
UCLA has offered and Marshall said he's been receiving recruiting mail from Florida, Alabama, LSU and Mississippi State among others.
Since he's only entering his sophomore season, Marshall has a lot of time to figure out which school best fits him.
He's one of the top 2015 defensive backs in the West and many other offers are expected to come through in the next couple years.
Because he's developed such a big reputation so early, Marshall is focused on the upcoming season.
"I haven't really talked to anyone and I haven't been anywhere," Marshall said. "I've just been practicing with my team, getting ready for the season. I want to be focused and have a great season.
"Whatever people are saying about me I want to make it true and have a big impact in the game on defense. I just want to have a big impact on the team, make turnovers, so the offense could have more chances to score."