SoCal corner lands No. 2

Cornerback Bryan Douglas (5-11, 170, 4.4) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne has received his second offer hot on the heels of his first from Boise State. The Broncos now have company in their pursuit of this fast rising corner.
"The San Diego State Aztecs just offered Bryan as a cornerback," Narbonne recruiting coordinator Byron Moore Sr., said. "He is very excited and thrilled to death.
"San Diego State makes it offer number two for him," Moore said. "Bryan fills very good that all his hard work is paying off.
"The guys from B2G have really helped him and other defensive backs from Narbonne," Moore said. Bryan Douglas looks forward to learning more about The Aztecs and the college."
Douglas visited San Diego State last weekend and was told that he would be hearing from them and sure enough, the Aztecs tendered him an offer.
Other schools such as Oregon are also showing a lot of interest in Douglas. His first-cousin Walter Thurmond was a standout defensive back for the Ducks. UCLA, Oregon State and Washington are evaluating Douglas. Douglas has been invited to the USC Rising Stars Camp.
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.