A very important bio
Willie Parker #39
HEIGHT (WT) 5-10 (209 lbs.)
NFL EXP: 2
COLLEGE North Carolina
Player Highlights:PRO: Rookie free-agent signed April, 2004
COLLEGE: Has good speed and quickness and can make big plays in the open field?Earned ?Super Ram? status in the weight room and was a member of Carolina?s strength & conditioning honor roll in summer of 2003. 2003: Played in nine games as a senior?rushed for 181 yards on 48 attempts, an average of 3.8 yards per carry?caught seven passes for 28 yards. 2002: Played in 11 games as a junior and started two?started the season-opener against Miami (Ohio) and at Virginia?finished second on the team with 70 carries for 236 yards and one touchdown?also caught 12 passes for 104 yards. 2001: Started the first three games of the season as a sophomore?played in nine games total?was second on the team in rushing with 400 yards on 83 carries and had three touchdowns?caught two passes for 26 yards?had his best game of the year against Auburn in the Peach Bowl, rushing for 131 yards on 19 carries and scoring one touchdown. 2000: Had a roller-coaster season as a freshman, but came on strong at the end of the year?earned the starting job after spring practice, but injured his back in fall workouts and was not completely healthy until the Virginia game, eight games into the season?was second on the team in rushing with 84 carries for 355 yards (4.2 avg.)?scored four touchdowns?majored in African-American history.
PERSONAL: Attended Clinton High School?rushed for 1,801 yards (12.3 avg.) and 18 touchdowns in leading Clinton to the state 2-A quarterfinals?made 30 tackles, including 2? quarterback sacks, and intercepted two passes?was voted County Player of the Year?rushed for 1,329 yards (11.8 yards per carry) and 20 touchdowns as a junior, leading the Dark Horses to the state 2-A title?earned all-conference and all-region honors as a junior and senior?has one older sister and two older brothers?Full name: Willie Everette Parker.
"Life is a journey and you never arrive" Chuck Noll 1969-91