Three-star cornerback Bryan Douglas (5-11, 170, 4.4) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne has been a solid performer on the camp circuit this spring. Every camp that he has made an appearance at, he was always one of the best players in attendance. He just turned in another stellar performance at UCLA's one day last Saturday.
Douglas has two offers on the table from San Diego State and Boise State. There will undoubtedly be more as things are really picking up for him.
"Bryan has met between 15 and 20 different college scouts during the spring evaluation period," Stacy Douglas, Bryan's dad said. "He spoke to Coach Skip (Tim Skipper from Fresno State who says they are very interested in him, but probably will not offer him until mid season.
"Last Sunday we spoke with Eric Yarber of Arizona State," Douglas said. "He and I spoke for nearly half an hour talking about Bryan. Coach Yarber met Bryan at one of Narbonne's spring practices a few weeks ago and was impressed. He said he is a good size already and would like to see him put on some more muscle, but ASU would take care of that during his freshman year.
"At the end of the conversation, Coach Yarber said that we can tell any and everyone that ASU is very close to offering Bryan a scholarship. Bryan will be going to ASU next Sunday (June 14)for the one day camp.
"We will be going up to Boise for an unofficial visit later this month," Douglas said. "Boise State has really shown B the most love, Coach Yates has big plans for Bryan and he is really looking forward to getting up there. He feels honored to have received an offer from a winning program that only has a few scholarships available for 2010, that is very special to him."
"Bryan has been going to B2G since the winter and he has earned a spot in the B2G Elite camp at the end of this month," Douglas said. "He is looking forward to going up to Thousand Oaks and testing himself one more time against the best of the best."
Douglas and his Narbonne teammates will participate in the Air Strike 7-on-7 tournament being held at Dana Hills high school Saturday June 13th.
As a junior, 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.
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.