One of the standouts at the recent NIKE Camp held in Los Angeles was wide receiver Ricky Marvray (6-0, 185, 4.4) from Corona (Calif.) Centennial. He was so impressive at that event that there were some who felt he should have taken home the receiver MVP of the Camp award.
Marvray was favorably compared to five-star wide receiver Shaquelle Evans from Inglewood, Calif., and the Centennial receiver recently picked up his first from Army.
Other schools showing interest are Arizona, Arizona State, Stanford, UCLA, Washington, Air Force and Utah.
Marvray earned all-league honors after accounting for 33 receptions for 753 yards and scored eight touchdowns.
Centennial coach Matt Logan has a pretty good idea why his talented wide receiver is definitely a D-I bound prospect.
"Ricky is one of the hardest working players we have ever had here at Centennial," Logan said. "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.
Outside of Army, on the recruiting trail at the present, Arizona State and Stanford are showing the most interest in Marvray right now, but once the word gets out on his camp performance look for his stock to skyrocket.