THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - Listed at a generous 5-foot-9, 165 pounds, Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos wide receiver Victor Bolden does not stand out in the crowd at this weekend's B2G camp. However, the slot receiver certainly makes plays with his speed and solid hands.
Several schools have taken notice of the Southern California prospect and he has a handful of early offers.
I have offers from Oregon State, Hawaii, Eastern Washington and Utah," Bolden said. "I think probably Washington State could be close to offering me too."
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Bolden's first offer actually came from a program quite a long way from home.
"Hawaii was actually the first one to offer me," the three-star prospect said. "I think they saw my film because I put it up on YouTube. They said they liked the way I play and they felt the need to offer me."
Bolden remains open to all suitors but admits that a trio of schools has his attention piqued.
"Oregon State, Utah and Hawaii are my top schools," he said. "That's not in any order though."
He likes several things about all three programs but they all have offenses he sees himself fitting into well.
"I like Oregon State's offense and coaching staff," he said. "They really like me as a player and I feel like I can do there and do some good things.
"At Utah, they run the spread (offense). They spread the field wide open. I like the way they do that and I feel like I can do good things in their offense as well. Hawaii, I like how they use the slot receiver. They say that they definitely see me as an impact player."