There is no question that class 2010 safety Sean Parker (6-0, 185, 4.5) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne will be one of the most sought after safeties when his turn comes around. Here it is November of his junior year and Parker already has six offers on the table. Out west that is a lot of early offers.
Colorado, Arizona State, Oregon and Stanford were the first four schools out of the box with offers, now joining the fray are Washington State and the Minnesota Gophers.
"Sean is very happy with his offers and will spend a lot of time during off season learning more about them," Narbonne coach in charge of recruiting Byron Moore Sr., said. "He feels very blessed that his hard work on the field and in the class is paying off for him."
"The coaches here at Narbonne are very proud of him, but right now Sean and his Narbonne teammates have their eye on winning the LA City Championship," Moore said. "Sean told me he will take his time and go through the hold process."
"There is no rush and he really wants to do his homework on all the different schools that are recruiting him," Moore said. "He really would like to hear from more out of state schools, he has family in the south and on the east coast so distances will not be a problem. His mother plans on moving to whatever state Sean goes to school in."
Other schools such as Notre Dame, Oregon, UCLA, Michigan and Georgia Tech are all showing a lot of earlier interest.
What does Parker looking for in a school?
"First and foremost, I want to get a good education," Parker said. "Then a good environment and lastly the football program."
In nine games his junior season, Parker has 50 tackles, four interceptions that he has returned for 238 yards. He also has one sack and one fumble recovery.
As a sophomore, Parker earned first-team all-league honors after accounting for 60 tackles, five interceptions, four pass deflections, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble.
In the weight room, Parker's current bench is 240, squats 345 and power cleans 215. He has recorded a 4.4 shuttle.
Parker is also outstanding in the classroom who carries a 3.6 GPA.