Four-star safety Sean Parker (6-0, 185, 4.5) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne continues his onslaught of racking up offers. Over the last two days, Parker has picked up his 26th and 27th offers. Both of the new offers come from the other side of the country from the ACC.
"Sean picked up offer number 26 from Georgia Tech and offer number 27 from the North Carolina Tar Heels," Narbonne coach in charge of recruiting Byron Moore said. "He is very happy with both offers."
"With Georgia Tech, he has family there in Georgia so distance isn't a problem at all," Moore said. "North Carolina came out and watched our practices. Then they reviewed his tape of his 2007 and 2008 years and obviously loved it."
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"Sean was very impressed that North Carolina flew all that way to come watch him," Moore said. "He will be talking to the coaching staff more often to learn more about them and how they plan to use him. He also wants to learn more about the college."
"To Sean and his mother education is a must, he carries a 3.8 GPA and is an Honor Student," Moore said. "He is still looking at all of his options, including colleges out of state and he is still open to everyone. He won't be making any decision until signing day."
Even though Parker is a hot topic on the recruiting trail, his work ethic won't allow him to take anything for granted. He already attended the NIKE camp to work on his game, but he isn't taking anything for granted as he is always looking for ways to improve as a football player.
Parker is scheduled to attend UCLA's one day camp in June, USC's Rising Star and B2G Elite Camp at the end of June.
As a junior, Parker racked up 57 tackles, five 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.
Parker earned a spot on the Rivals.com Rivals100 team for the class of 2010 landing as the nation's No. 54 prospect at any position. Rivals.com ranks Parker as the country's No. 3 safety prospect for the class of 2010.