Varsity Preps

Dinuba (Calif.) 2014 QB Marcus McMaryion

Dinuba (Calif.) 3-star quarterback Marcus McMaryion doesn’t hold multiple offers like his other California counterparts Keller Chryst, Brandon Dawkins or Manny Wilkins, but his talent is undeniable.

“I’m not trying to stress it too much,” said McMaryion. “I just have to keep working hard and hopefully they will start flowing in.”

“Arizona has offered me, and Washington State seems like they are close to offering. The rest are in lettering process.”

His lone offer from the Arizona Wildcats, and Coach Rich Rodriguez’s high-powered offense could be a good fit for McMaryion.

“I like the offense they have going on there with the up tempo offense, and the amount of passing they do. With the nation’s leading rusher there as well would be interesting.”

He compares his game to that of Randall Cunningham with his ability to stay poised in the pocket, and his scrambling.

The 6-2, 180-pound McMaryion threw for 3,477 yards and 43 touchdowns, and added 298 rushing yards for three scores. He once passed for 501 yards in a game as a junior in 2012.

McMaryion says he hasn’t heard much from California powers USC and UCLA, although he did attend the Trojans junior day earlier this year.

Surprisingly a new school has expressed interest in McMaryion. The Michigan Wolverines already have a QB committed to their 2014 class, but have invited McMaryion to camp with them.

“The letter came in Tuesday from Coach Dan Ferrigno, and I was excited that the university was beginning to show interest in me. I’m just looking forward to developing a better relationship with the coaching staff.”

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