My son is a quarterback who was a 10-game winner in one of the toughest regions in the nation. He led his team to its first state playoff appearance since 1997 and his only losses both came against St. Thomas Aquinas. We would be interested in any opportunity anywhere.
Bryan Parnes, South Broward (Fla.) High School 6'1" 180
The signal caller for South Broward will be Bryan Parnes. The talented quarterback came over from North Broward Prep last season. What he has is a solid arm. Parnes can make plenty of the throws asked of him. He just needs to become more consistent from play to play. He has a tendency to go through stretches where he is either really hot or really cold. If he can become more consistent, Parnes could have a nice senior season.
Not only did Bryan have a great season this past year at SB, he also has many more accomplishments: He was invited to compete in the Elite 11 QB competition; he competed in the CRONS competition in June 2009 and was in the top 10 before the event got rained out; he was invited to play in the BCAA All Star game; he was MVP of D-1 football camp the summer of 2009 at Nova Southeastern University; the summer of 2008 at D-1 camp at Nova Southeastern he had the "longest ball". Bryan is dedicated and focused when it comes to football, and he is a great team leader. I could go on and on regarding Bryan's football accomplishments, but all you have to do is "google" his name and all his accomplishments will appear. In addition, if you google his name, you will be able to watch his highlights on Utube. Bryan is an "all-around" natural athlete, and not only played Varsity football, but he also played Varsity basketball, and in his younger days, he was a "great" baseball player, until football won over his heart!!