Parker picks up four more

Safety Sean Parker (6-0, 185, 4.5) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne is hottest recruits in the western region. Not only has he picked four more big offers, putting his tally to 12 early offers, but he has also been invited to play in the US Army All-American Bowl.
"Sean is ecstatic with everything that is going on," Narbonne coach in charge of recruiting Byron Moore Sr., said. "To get offers lately from Cal, Georgia, Penn State and USC, it has made him very excited and honored just to have offers from such esteemed schools."
"Sean is very eager to learn about all of the schools that has offered him," Moore said. "He's very humbled by everything that is coming his way and isn't taking anything for granted."

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"All the good that is going his way is a testimony to his hard work and drive," Moore said. "The icing on the cake has been his invitation to the US Army All-American game."
"Everyone now is asking Sean does he have a top ten or top five favorite colleges," Moore said. "He doesn't have any favorites right now. He is going to take his time and go through the recruiting process."
Parker will be attending USC's junior day later today (Saturday February 21st).
Besides the recent offers from Cal, Penn State, Georgia, and USC, Parker currently has other scholie opportunities from Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford, Washington, Washington State, Colorado, Minnesota, and Notre Dame. Look for this list to expand as we go through the spring evaluation process.
Parker racked up 57 tackles, five more picks, three forced fumbles, one sack and one fumble recovery as he earned first-team all-league, first-team all-area, and first-team all-city for his junior season performance.
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.
Besides being a terrific football player, he also gets the job done in the classroom as he is an honor roll student and carries a 3.8 GPA.