Tez Parks, 6’1 180lb ATH Prospect from Hogansville, GA is starting to get some attention from different colleges throughout the Southeast. He has been offered a scholarship by Georgia Tech and South Carolina in the last month, and he is looking for more. This week we got the opportunity to talk with Tez and here is what he had to say.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS WITH DETRIC DUKES
- How is the recruiting process going and what offers do you currently have?
“The recruiting process is going great right now and I currently have two offers and working on more……just doing my visits.”
- Is there a favorite school in your mind? What visits to you plan on making?
“I do not have a favorite school at this point; I am just doing my visits. Right now I plan to visit or have visited Georgia Tech, Georgia, South Carolina and Auburn. I am making a trip down to Florida this coming weekend and will visit LSU soon. I will also make a trip out to Stanford at some point. Out of those schools I do not prefer one over the other yet.”
- What all positions do you play? Strengths and Weaknesses in your game?
“I believe my weaknesses are staying in the pocket when it is closing and my drops (feet work at QB). My strengths are running the ball at running back. I have played all positions on defense (DE, OLB, ILB, CB, SS, and FS) and three different on offense (QB, RB, and WR).
- I know your brother attends Auburn University, what’s the talk about playing with each other at the next level?
“Me and my brother have been on the same team since flag football. I always played up and never played with my age group so I could play with him. Yes, I would love to play with my brother but I am going to have to see what school is best for me. We talk every day about this stuff and he tells me about all of it.”
- Have you been in communication with UGA and what coaches have you been talking with?
“Yes I have talked with UGA a good bit and the current coaches recruiting my are Coach Lilly and Coach Richt.”
Thank you to Tez Parks for sitting down and talking with us. Tez is a great player and respectful young man and you can follow his recruiting journey on Twitter. Best of luck to Mr. Parks.