McDonald's All-American Game 2012: Tony Parker Analyzing Possible Commitments

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McDonald's All-American Game 2012: Tony Parker Analyzing Possible Commitments

Tony Parker lights it up on the basketball court, but the 4-star recruit is still looking for a school to call his home. 

Parker surely turned some heads with his performance (10 points, seven rebounds, two blocks) in the McDonald's All-American Game. He is fielding offers from UCLA, Duke, Ohio State, Memphis, Kansas and Georgia.

Standing at 6'9" and weighting 270 pounds, Parker is one of the top centers from the Class of 2012 and is ranked 21st in the ESPNU 100.

Parker, who balls at Miller Grove (Litonia, Ga.), said he models his game off greats like Tim Duncan, Hakeem Olajuwon and Shaquille O'Neal as a strong post player who can run the floor. In college, he wants to work on his outside shot, perimeter passing and countering double teams.

Parker talked with me about his prospective college choices.

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