Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne over the past decade has certainly turned out their fair share of D-I prospects already this season safety prospect Sean Parker already has several offers on the table. There is a pretty good chance that Parker's teammate Bryan Douglas (5-11, 170, 4.4) will soon join him as another from the Gaucho program to get an offer.
Douglas displayed outstanding coverage skills at the FBU camp this past weekend and was considered one of the top three corners at the camp.
Not take anything for granted, Douglas is working on his skills in the offseason at the B2G Camp on a weekly basis to get himself ready for his senior season. He is also going to attend the NIKE Camp held in Los Angeles and take in the one day camp at UCLA.
"I came to the FBU Camp because I heard that all the top kids in the and the country come to this camp,' Douglas said. "I wanted to compete at this camp to see how I measured up."
It bears repeating that Douglas was considered one of the top corners at the camp.
As a junior, he was challenged a little bit because there was a senior playing at the other corner, but the opposition soon learned that they would play picking on Douglas.
Douglas racked up 40 tackles, had 11 deflected passes and three interceptions, a good enough performance to earn all-league honors in one of the toughest league's in the City Section.
On the recruiting trail, Douglas is hearing from Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, Washington and Louisville.
What is Douglas looking for in a college?
"Academics will be the first consideration," Douglas said. "I want to be a dentist."
"Location will also be important, but distance won't be a problem," Douglas said. "I wouldn't mind leaving for school and I wouldn't mind staying close to home either."
Douglas is an outstanding student who is already qualified carrying a 3.3 GPA and a passing 1230 SAT. To give you an indication of his competitive spirit, Douglas is planning on taking the SAT again. He is also on schedule to graduate in December meaning will be able to enroll in school in time to participate in spring ball.
Another thing to like about Douglas is he has outstanding football bloodlines, his cousin is Walter Thurmond, III the starting corner for the Oregon Ducks.