Parker previously said he would make his decision March 27 via press conference, but that date has come and gone, and no decision has been made. With that in mind, Parker said he's getting very close to making a decision.
"I'm going to decide soon and get it out of the way," Parker said.
The Kettle Run High (Nokesville, Va.) junior said he learned a couple things at the day-long camp, including an added sense of competition.
"I really learned what it felt like to compete against the best, and how you have to raise your game up to compete against all these top guys," Parker said.
"I learned a lot more than I expected. I thought it was going to be this little camp, but this was a big deal, and it was great."