Bolden Lands Second Offer

Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos wide receiver Victor Bolden picked up some good news this week, while also sharing with us his plans to camp...

Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos wide receiver Victor Bolden has had a strong spring and people are taking notice of the 5'9", 160 lb. prospect.

Last weekend, Bolden was out at the Get It Done Sports Training Camp, instructed by the Oregon State staff.

"I just wanted to show my competitiveness, my speed, and prove that I'm a real player and that size doesn't mean everything. The heart and the person matters, and I came to show both that and my elite level of play," said Bolden.

After receiving interest over the past few months from the Beavers' staff, the prospect was also hoping to attract the attention of the coaches.

"I hope that the coaches saw that I'm a dynamic player; I can spread the field out and I can play both ways, so I bring versatility to the game," he had said after camp.

His hard work clearly paid off, as Bolden later picked up an offer from the Beavers.

"I am very familiar with the program. I definitely want to stay in the Pac-12 and Oregon State is a very nice school," he said.

Bolden also holds an offer from Hawaii and has maintained consistent contact with the Warriors' staff.

"Ever since Hawaii offered me, we've been keeping a good relationship. I'm talking a little with other schools, but Hawaii will definitely stay up there near the top because they came with the offer first, so that's definitely going to stay in the back of my mind," he said.

The receiver is also hearing from Utah, California, Washington State, and Northwestern. Though he's unsure of visiting plans for the rest of the summer, Bolden will attend another camp this weekend.

"I think that I'll probably attend the UCLA camp this week, and from there we'll just see how it goes," he said.

In addition to working on his recruitment, Bolden is focused on the upcoming season.

"I'm looking forward to my senior season. I want to go out there, make it to the CIF state championship, and compete with my teammates one last time. I'm working on getting out of my breaks faster. You have to come out here and compete every day; it's a grind," he said.

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