One of the busiest and hardest workers on the camp circuit this year is three-star running back/defensive back Lucky Radley (5-10, 184, 4.43) from Agoura, Calif. Over the last two weeks, Radley attended camps at both local schools, UCLA and USC.
"I liked both camps," Radley said. "They were great.
"At UCLA, I didn't get to participate in the morning session because I took the SAT, but for the second session I performed very well," Radley said. "I talked to Coach Wayne Moses and he liked me a lot."
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"USC also went well," Radley said. "It was my first time playing defensive back in my life. I never played the position before."
Radley started at middle linebacker as a sophomore on an Encino (Calif.) Crespi team that played Long Beach (Calif.) Poly for the SS CIF Championship.
"I didn't get any balls caught me all and I learned a lot from Coach Rocky Seto and Coach Chris Richard. They both told me they liked me a lot at strong safety and they want me to come to the Rising Stars camp to play strong safety."
On the recruiting trail, Iowa State, Utah State and Western Michigan have joined San Diego State as schools that have offered Radley a scholie.
"Getting and Iowa State offer was huge," Radley said. "Their recruiting coach came and watched my whole track practice and then the next week they offered me."
Iowa State offered Radley as an athlete meaning they like him as both, a running back and defensive back.
Things never seem to slow down for Radley.
"I will be taking an unofficial visit to Colorado and Colorado State this weekend," Radley said. "I will camp at Colorado on Friday and then on Saturday they are having the NIKE Camp in Boulder."
Oregon State has also been showing Radley some interest of late.
"I'm not sure if I will be visiting Oregon State," Radley said. "They are just beginning to get in the mix. I have been talking to Reggie Davis their running backs coach."
As a junior, Radley played his more natural position of running back and rushed for 1,020 yards and scored 23 touchdowns. He also proved he's a threat out of the backfield, as he hauled in 23 receptions and 261 more yards through the air. His performance saw him earn all-league and all-CIF (HM).