After attending USC's Junior Day on Saturday, Parker showed up for the final day of the camp that featured several highly touted prospects such as D.J. Morgan, Ronald Powell, Hayes Pullard and Lucky Radley, and immediately made his presence felt, making play after play in the defensive backfield.
Parker, who is a member of Scout.com's National Top 100, played both safety positions as well as some cornerback and picked up the intensity of the defensive back group with his physical play and tenacious attitude during the 7-on-7 drills.
While the players were in just shorts and shirts, it didn't stop the hard-hitting safety from delivering a few big blows while making plays on the ball.
"When I step on the field my game mode is on," Parker said. "Whoever is out there I have to make my presence known. That's where my physicality comes from.
"I like to let them know that I will be there all day, and that I am always near."
Along with Parker, a pair of other defensive backs stood out during the two-day event in Los Angeles.
Lakewood defensive back Dion Bailey looked very comfortable playing in coverage and continually broke up passes during 7-on-7.
Bailey was one of the more active players for the defense and has a nose for the ball. He really opened a lot of eyes with his tremendous effort at the Coliseum on Sunday.
Garrett is a smooth athlete with good hips and could play either safety or cornerback on the college level.
Sean Parker comes up to make the play.
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