Players to Watch in 2015: Defense

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Rancho Bernardo High School senior defensemen Andrew Parker is a human dead-end for offensive possessions.

Photo credit: Adrln.com
Photo credit: Adrln.com

Attackmen enter his domain at risk of watching the ball go the other way in a hurry.  the Listed at 6’3″ 195 pounds, Parker has the wingspan, athleticism, and footwork that attackmen fear and D1 coaches covet.  He is one of the six Californians slated to move on to the Denver University Pioneers in the fall.  Much of Rancho Bernardo’s success in 2015 under new coach Adam Morawski will be centered on the play of this game-changing defenseman. Parker has been a staple in the Broncos’ defense and will be key in helping his team regain its place among the elite programs in San Diego once again.