"I can't count the number of schools that are interested in Parker right now. Michigan State, Nebraska, Syracuse, Penn State, Iowa, Maryland, and Virginia to name a few."
When I asked Coach Salvato
out of all the schools interested in Parker which were
recruiting him the hardest he responded by saying,
"Syracuse has been recruiting Parker the hardest.
Coach Salgado from Syracuse calls here on a regular
basis and says that the staff thinks he is one of the
best players in the state. Parker and me will be going
to Syracuse for there spring practice junior day on
April 9th. Michigan State is also recruiting Parker
hard as Coach Stoutland came here in December. I think
he could be getting offers from both pretty soon."
of now Parker is not sure what summer camps he is
going to attend but most likely Syracuse and Penn
State. He is being recruited primarily as a defensive
back at the Division 1 level.
Parker Cantey is a 6-foot-3, 190-pound WR/DB that made
first team All-NYC as a junior in 2004. He led his
South Shore team to the PSAL finals and led the PSAL
in sacks with 13. Cantey is widely recognized as one
of the top ten football players in New York State for
the upcoming season.
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