QB getting more exposure

Marcus McMaryion has had some fantastic showings at 7on7 tournaments the past few weeks and now the Dinuba, Calif., quarterback has started to see his recruitment pick up.
Recently, Washington and San Diego State stopped by his school to see him throw and McMaryion is hopeful that means more offers could be on the way soon.
"They said they were a little behind in watching my film but they really wanted to get out and watch me throw," McMaryion said.

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"They were recording me and they said they're going to show it to the head coach and the offensive coordinator. I got the feeling they're really interested and they wanted to see me throw live first. Hopefully they're going to call back in a couple days and let me know where we're going in the recruiting process."
McMaryion, who already has an offer from Arizona and could be close on Fresno State and a few others, said an offer from Washington would be huge but he's not counting out San Diego State, either.
After watching the Aztecs in action last season, he feels the offense fits him well so an offer from San Diego State would also be significant.
"That's definitely a big one," McMaryion said of Washington. "I've been talking to them for a while now. The coaches said they really liked my film. San Diego State was the one who said they were a little behind but that would definitely be a school I'd like to go to.
"When I went on my unofficial to Boise they were playing San Diego State so I got to watch the offense a little bit. It's actually similar to my offense so there wouldn't be too much of a change for me."
The Dinuba standout who threw for 3,477 yards with 43 touchdowns and three interceptions last season said Cal and San Jose State recently stopped by his school as well.
This past weekend McMaryion was one of the top offensive performers at the Passing Down Best of the West 7on7 at Fullerton College.