Quarterback Josh Rosen competes at the Rivals Camp Series.
FULLERTON, Calif. -- The second stop of the 2014 Rivals Camp Series Presented by Under Armour was held under gray skies at Fullerton College, but that did not dampen the level of talent on hand or the high-stakes competition that played out. Over 250 of Southern California's best players matched up and showed what they could do against the area's top talent.
Four of Rivals.com's top 13 players in the class of 2015 were in attendance. Five-stars Josh Rosen (No. 2 nationally), Iman Marshall (No. 10), Rasheem Green (No. 12) and John Houston (No. 13) all donned the Under Armour gear and showed why they are worthy of such high rankings.
The quarterbacks garnered the most attention, and that attention was well-earned. Rosen demonstrated his elite skill set, as did Notre Dame commit Blake Barnett and four-star Brady White.
On the defensive side of the ball, Green was the standout along the defensive line at defensive tackle. Green was recently offered by Stanford and is also being hotly pursued by UCLA and USC.
At linebacker, Houston showed why he is a five-star on the afternoon, and the same could be said at defensive back for Marshall, who dealt not only with a strong quarterback group but also a very athletic and talented set of receivers.
The MVP awards featured a pair of high school teammate-tandems, as Rosen and running back Sean McGrew honored Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco with hardware, and Green and Stanley Norman won MVPs from Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra.
The next stop on the RCS tour is in Northern California on Sunday, when players will gather at Chabot College for more elite competition. Rivals100 linebacker Cameron Smith headlines a group of very talented players expected to be in attendance.
At each camp, our team of football recruiting experts invites elite players to participate in the 2014 Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge Presented by Under Armour. The event will be held June 6-8 at M&T Stadium in Baltimore.
From left: Rasheem Green, Josh Rosen, John Houston, Stanley Nelson, Iman Marshall, Keisean Lucier-South.