Having three major offers by October of your junior season is a pretty good indication that you have some serious skills and that is only going to become busier for you as you approach your senior season. Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne safety Sean Parker is already considered one of the best defensive back prospects for the class of 2010.
Besides Parker's three offers, he is getting recruiting attention from schools coast-to-coast. His offers are from Arizona State, Stanford and Colorado.
Big time schools such as Notre Dame came by the Narbonne campus just last week. Other schools that are showing the big time safety early recruiting attention are Cal, Oregon, UCLA, Michigan and Georgia Tech.
"I'm keeping my options open to everybody," Parker said. "I want to talk to coaches and see a lot of schools, before I start to narrow things down."
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."
One of the reasons that Parker is in so much demand is his devastating hitting ability. He regularly limits wide receiver to alligator arms and it is no day at the beach for running backs.
Parker is a hard worker and a positive role model for his teammates and classmates alike. He the total team player will do whatever is necessary to help the team. He's very aggressive and loves to hit.
So far in six games, Parker has 31 tackles, five pass deflections, three interceptions and two bone crunching tackles for loss.
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.