Power Clean: 300
What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?
Amazing work ethic on and off the field. I’m a great team mate, with an even better attitude and very coachable All region 7A 1st Team Offense, 2nd Team All Gwinnett County. Gained more than 1400yds most coming in the 8 games, missed 3-games due to injury
Parker was a nice weapon at Chapel Hill during his sophomore year, showing some acceleration getting upfield, and that translated well to bigger 7-A football. He runs with pretty good pad level, and wins out on a few tackle attempts where he just gets lower than the defender. He shows some pretty good leg drive, and for a slighter back (currently), but he is tough as nails, and you see the 180 lb running back fight for tough yards against talented defenses in his classification. Junior year was at Mill Creek, and you can see where their weight lifting program can make a legit impact – he’s already up 10 lbs in fact. Parker was an athlete this fall we were all about, Mill Creek is a run heavy team and usually suits up one of the better offensive lines in the state of Georgia, so the 2020 has really emerged as a player to know in 2020. He’s very impressive fighting off tackles and keeping the pile moving. Impressive balance too, just needs to continue to fill out. Parker has a really impressive game against North Gwinnett in his most recent game breaking a ton of tackles from their elite DB’s. He has good weight lifting numbers considering his size, and should be able to add weight and approach 200 by the time he is in college. Parker has solid speed in the open field, he does a nice job of squaring up his pads and gets up field quickly. Another year in the weight room and Lee-Parker could end up being one of the dominating seniors in 7-A stats wise.