Parks Staying a Seminole

Playing in the same defensive backfield as last year's top cornerback in Eric Berry, Terrance Parks showed he belongs among the nation's elite defensive backs. Today, the Creekside Seminole decided he will keep the same logo on his helmet for years to come.

The two cornerbacks were a quarterback's worst nightmare.

"Teams threw it about seven times per game, I'll give it that," said Terrance Parks. "That's because we were beating teams so bad they had to try and comeback. On a regular basis it was about four times.

That sounds boring.

"It was boring but we had fun coming up and hitting people," Parks said. "We loved to hit and that was fun, and when they did put the ball in the air we picked it off."

With the talent of the Florida State defensive backfield, Parks will have the opportunity to play either corner, his primary recruited position by the Florida State staff, or safety.

Parks becomes the thirteenth commitment of the recruiting year for Florida State, which entered the day ranked as the number ten team in the team rankings.

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