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When Parker chose the Huskies over the likes of Michigan and USC, we were expecting an impact player that could come in and make a difference in the secondary right away.
However, we only got a minor preview of Parker.
He played nine out of 13 games and missed the final four due to a stinger in his neck. He nabbed one interception in the win against Oregon State and also provided depth as a kick returner.
This year, has the potential to be a lot different.
With the departure of senior safety Nate Williams, Parker has the chance to be the every-down safety. His instincts and anticipation on where the ball is going will prove to head coach Steve Sarkisian that he belongs out there.
Expect a few interceptions and at least 70 tackles for Parker this year.