QB Kyle Parker Profile
The 6-1, 180 pound prospect helped Bartram Trail to a big playoff victory last weekend.
"We just won the second round last week. I played really well. I threw for about 170 yards and one touchdown. I actually threw a touchdown to my little brother. It was big play. We won 23-20. I rushed for about 50 yards and one touchdown," Parker told CUTigers.com.
The 12:00 kickoff will prevent Parker from watching the Tigers again this weekend.
"I was planning on the Clemson game being a night game," he said. "I was planning to come up. Since it is a noon game it would be hard for me to get up there. I really wanted to come up for that game."
The talented quarterback hopes the Tigers will travel to Jacksonville after all this season.
"I hope Clemson will play in the Gator bowl," Parker said. "I hope to be able to come see some of their practices if they play down here."
The prize recruit still has two offers, but expect that list to grow over the next few months.
"I still just two have two offers from Clemson and Nebraska. But I am hearing a lot from Alabama, Georgia Tech and Florida State," he said. "I am really just waiting to see what happens with the coaching changes at Florida State. Florida State is still an option if they get the right coach in there."
When asked if Clemson is still his leader, Parker responded, "Yes, Clemson is pretty much my leader right now. I really wanted to go up there this weekend. I wanted to go up and see what a night game is like. I have heard it is even more crazy."
The commitment timing is not clear at this time for the Florida standout.
"Yeah, I am kind of going to wait and see what other options come up," said Parker. "I kind of feel pretty good about Clemson right now, but I just kind of want to wait and see. Right now I feel pretty good about Clemson's chances."
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