Coach's take: Malkom Parrish 

June, 13, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. -- Don’t bother looking for highlight footage of Malkom Parrish playing his future college position. You’re not going to find any.

Malkom Parrish
Radi Nabulsi/ESPNAthleticism is Malkom Parrish's best attribute as he has played safety and quarterback at Brooks County High School.
“He’s not played one down at corner,” Brooks County Coach Maurice Freeman said of Parrish, an ESPN 150 athlete who publicly committed to Georgia on Thursday. “He’s played some safety, but he’s not played one down in an official game at corner. Not one single down.”

Defense is hardly Parrish’s top priority at Brooks County, a Class AA program in Quitman, Ga. Smallish schools like his often feature their best athlete at quarterback -- and that’s exactly what the Trojans do with Parrish.
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