Marcus McMaryion has had a good spring and many schools have stopped by to see the Dinuba, Calif., quarterback throw during the evaluation period but the offers have not flowed in yet.
That might change soon.
McMaryion will be at Arizona's camp and then will work out for Fresno State at a 7on7 tournament before going to Cal's camp. All that exposure could definitely help especially since Arizona has already offered and Fresno State is showing the most interest.
"Fresno State is down the street and they're at my school almost every single day," McMaryion said.
"They haven't offered. I'll be at their passing tournament the day before the Cal camp. They have a 7on7 going on and they said they want to see me throw live first. They've been out there almost every day."
Arizona is McMaryion's lone offer so far and he's headed there soon. A bunch of quarterbacks are expected to be working out on campus so the Dinuba standout is excited to show off his skills in front of the coaching staff.
"Arizona said they've offered quite a few quarterbacks so they want to get us all out there and see who gets the spot," McMaryion said. "They said we're all going to be up there, we're all going to battle it out and see what happens."
Others are getting involved as well. McMaryion said Utah saw him throw in person this week and Colorado State, Wyoming and Sacramento State have stopped in as well.
With more interest coming in all the time, and things possibly picking up a lot more in the coming month, McMaryion wants to hold off on a commitment for a little while.
"I'll probably hold off until closer to the season," McMaryion said. "I just want to keep my options open."
In his junior season, McMaryion threw for 3,477 yards with 43 touchdowns and three interceptions.