Four-star returns from USC

Four-star defensive back Sean Parker (5-10, 185, 4.55) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne is winding it down on the recruiting circuit. He has over 30 offers on the table and he has narrowed it down to four schools left standing. He visited USC this past weekend.
"Sean told me his trip to USC went well," Narbonne assistant coach in charge of recruiting Byron Moore Sr., said. "His host was Byron Moore Jr.
"Sean enjoyed hanging out with the guys, and his favorite part of the trip was The Marshall School of Business. He said he still wants more time to really think over his option so he won't make his decision until signing day and he will make his announcement on ESPN.

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"Sean will decide on that day between Washington, Michigan, Cal and USC. It is going to be a tough decision for him that is why he wants to take his time."
There is good reason why Parker is in such high demand. He earned first-team all-city, first-team all-area, first-team all-LA Times and first-team all-league during his senior season.
Parker is getting his scholarship for his work as a defensive back, but his defensive stats are unavailable. He also played wide receiver and showed his ability for making plays as he hauled in 30 receptions for 551 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 18.4 yards per catch.
As a junior, Parker showed off his ball hawking, playmaking skills when he racked up 57 tackles, five interceptions, three forced fumbles, a sack and a fumble recovery. He earned first-team all-league, first-team all-area, and first-team all-city as a junior.
As a sophomore, Parker earned first-team all-league honors after accounting for 60 tackles, five interceptions, four pass deflections, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble.
Parker hits the books as hard as he hits his opponents on the field with a 3.8 GPA.
Parker earned a spot on the California top 100 team for the class of 2010. He landed as the Golden State's No. 39 state prospect at any position. He is ranked as the No. 21 safety prospect in the nation.