Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) has some of the strongest talent in the 2013 class, with a good number of players already committed to play Division-1 football.
Now, receiver Quentain Mayberry is looking to make a name of his own.
"The season has been going pretty well. I am pretty satisfied with everything that has happened; I've help my team get some victoriesI have the height, the speed, and the ability to find the ball. I can get off the jam well. I think I'm a good all-around receiver," he said.
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect has been working hard this season to improve as a player and get noticed by some of the coaches that have visited the high school.
"We've had coaches come by, like California, Boise State, New Mexico State, and a few other schools, so that's been good. I just want to get some attention. I think the area that I've improved most on is my speed. I became a lot faster during the off-season; I did the workouts and I got a lot stronger. I've always had the ability to catch, but I think my speed really helps a lot," he said.
Mayberry has been hearing from a few programs, including Oregon State and Azusa Pacific University.
"Things are going pretty good with Oregon State. I know that they have four receiver commits, but I think that they are still looking at more. I like the school, I like the area, the coaches are great guys, and it's a program I'd like to see myself playing in in the future," he said.
Mayberry's friend and teammate, receiver Jermel Walker, is committed to the Beavers; the two players have discussed playing college ball together.
"We're always talking about how great of a school it is and how good it would be if we could go there together," he said.
Azusa Pacific is showing interest in Mayberry and has maintained contact with the receiver.
They have said that they have been watching me this year and that they like what they've seen. They said I could get a lot of playing time right away if I chose to go there; I wouldn't have to wait until my sophomore or junior year to see the field," he said.
There are a few other programs on Mayberry's radar that he is hoping to garner some attention from.
"I really like UCLA, Washington, Nebraska, Wisconsin. I really want to get some attention from those schools; I just made my mid-season highlights and I sent them out to a few schools, so I'm just waiting now for some feedback," he said.
He also plans on checking out some of the local programs.
"I think I'm going to go to the USC-Oregon game and I'm going to make it to a UCLA game. I just want to learn everything I can, gain some experience from watching the older guys play," he said.