SoCal corner lands first offer

As expected, cornerback Bryan Douglas (5-11, 170, 4.4) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne has received his first of what could be many more offers to come. Douglas has been stellar in his performances this offseason at the camps he has attended.
"Bryan just got offered to play cornerback at Boise State," Narbonne recruiting coordinator Byron Moore, Sr., said. "He is very excited and thrilled. He feels it's an honor that Boise State is the first school to offer him.
"Bryan deserves since he has been working very hard going to defensive back training twice a week and even on Sundays," Moore said. "He has been running track three weeks ago he ran a 10.6 in the 100 meter.
"Bryan has a few more colleges who are about to offer, so he will keep working hard and pushing himself."
Oregon is also showing a lot of interest in Douglas. His first-cousin Walter Thurmond was a standout defensive back for the Ducks. Oregon State, Washington and San Diego State are evaluating Douglas. Locally, Douglas has been invited to the USC Rising Stars Camp and he recently took in a practice at UCLA
Douglas is working on his game with Beyond Elite 2000 (B2G) on a weekly basis and this weekend, he will be attending the NIKE Camp to be held in Los Angeles.
Look for his stock to rise even further with a strong showing at NIKE because the early word is there is going to a lot of talent on hand this Sunday.
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.