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Marcus McMaryion committed to Oregon State in June. Since then, other programs have reached out and shown interest in him, but the three-star quarterback said he's not thinking about backing off his pledge.
The Dinuba, Calif., quarterback, who looked good at the B2G West Coast Bowl last weekend, said his commitment is firm with about a week left until National Signing Day.
"I'm locked in with Oregon State," McMaryion said. "It's a good place. I had my home visit (Thursday) morning so I'm pretty much locked in there."
Oregon State coach Mike Riley and secondary coach Rod Perry were at McMaryion's in-home visit, and that was the final nail in his commitment.
McMaryion, who threw for 2,659 yards with 28 touchdowns and nine interceptions in his senior season, said getting up to Corvallis and talking with the coaches and players really sold Oregon State on him.
"Just seeing the way they treat the players, they're really there for the players' interests," McMaryion said. "Talking to the guys that are there right now I know it's a great place to be so that's how I made my decision.
"Their pro-style offense can definitely help you get to the next level and given their success with the passing quarterbacks it's a good spot to be especially for my position."
McMaryion is sold on Oregon State even though the Beavers took another quarterback in their 2014 class in Nick Mitchell and are also adding transfer Luke Del Rio. The three-star said wherever he goes there will be other quarterbacks and he's ready to compete.
"It's competition wherever you go," McMaryion said. "It's Division I football and you're going to have to perform either way."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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