There is no question about it. Three-star wide receiver Ricky Marvray (6-0, 185, 4.6) from Corona (Calif.) Centennial has been one of the most impressive and dominating players on the spring camp circuit.
The first camp that he blew up was at the NIKE Camp held in Los Angeles. It was said at the time that he was the most notable wide receiver at the camp and that is saying something because there was a lot of talent at that camp.
Marvray then proved it wasn't a fluke when he was the hit of the UCLA one day camp when he had the gallery off their feet hollering cheers when the talented receiver was going up against four-star cornerback Marlon Pollard.
Marvray didn't disappoint at he was catching strikes thrown by four-star Bruin commit Richard Brehaut.
On Saturday at the USC skills camp, Marvray did not disappoint. He was constantly in the open like he has been at every other camp he was at, but the quarterbacks weren't on target.
Marvray talked to Rivals.com about his camp performances.
"I felt really good about the NIKE Camp going into it," Marvray said. "It was my first camp of the year. I was really excited and pleased with my performance."
As good as Marvray was at NIKE, he was even better at UCLA.
"I was really excited about UCLA," Marvray said. "If there was a camp that I really wanted to good at it was UCLA. They are my dream school and I've always wanted to go there."
"UCLA's coaches told me that they were glad that I could make it. They knew that I took the SAT before I made it to the camp."
"I told Coach Rick Neuheisel thanks for having me and he said keep working hard and you'll be a Bruin," Marvray said. "I was really excited about that because when the coach of the team you always wanted to play for said something like that, it gives extra incentive."
At USC Marvray played both sides of the ball and did an excellent job at both positions.
Besides UCLA and USC, Marvray is being recruited seriously by UTEP, San Diego State, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and Washington State. He has official offers from Northwestern, Wyoming, Utah, Army, Air Force and Montana State.
As a junior, Marvray earned all-league honors after accounting for 33 receptions for 753 yards and scored eight touchdowns.
"Ricky is one of the hardest working players we have ever had here at Centennial," Centennial head coach Matt Logan said in an earlier interview. "He really matured last season and truly came on at the end of last season."
"Ricky has great ball skills and he's a perfectionist at everything he does," Logan said. "He takes great pride in his routes and works long and hard perfecting them."
"Ricky is also a great downfield blocker and takes great pride in his blocking too," Logan said. "He helped spring some long runs for us."