"I have offers from Memphis, Alcorn, Louisiana-Lafayette and Arkansas State."
LaMarvin has the skill set to play on either side of the ball and at a variety of positions. College coaches all have different ideas on where to play him.
"Memphis and Arkansas State want me to be in the Wildcat and as a slot receiver," said Ashley. "Louisiana is talking about me playing corner or maybe some at slot receiver too."
The McComb standout wants to earn his college degree and academic support is a big part of his college deliberations.
"I like the academics at Memphis and Arkansas State," said LaMarvin. "I really liked the facilities at Memphis. They have a nice campus."
Ashley reports that he may declare his college intentions next week, but he is still planning to visit Cajun County before closing out his recruitment.
"I don't know much about Louisiana-Lafayette They came in kind of late," said LaMarvin. "I met with their new head coach (Mark Hudspeth) and I know he is trying to build their program up.
"I have never been there before, so I am looking forward to seeing what it's like over there."