And while Bolden didn't get an offer yet from the Bruin coaching staff, he did feel his performance left a good impression.
"It was a big camp and I felt like I had to come out here with my A-game, and I felt I did real good," said Bolden. "I was able to create separation, get off the line and my routes were good."
Bolden spoke with receivers coach Eric Yarber and defensive backs coach Demetrice Martin, who's recruiting him, following the camp.
"I got some real good feedback from the coaches, and they said that I did real good, and am a real good receiver," said Bolden. "I just have to keep working. It's all in their hand and if they feel I need the offer, they'll offer me."
"I haven't decided yet when I want to commit," said Bolden. "I know there are a couple of other schools that are really interested that haven't offered yet, so I'm just going to wait and see what happens."
This weekend, Bolden will camp at the B2G Elite Camp, which will be his final camp of the summer.