Overview — A pro prospect due to his speed and versatility on defense … Competing for starting jobs in left and possibly center and should see significant playing time … Is an offensive catalyst with his speed on the basepaths and hustle in the field … Has an above-average arm and can hit to all fields … “Rashad is loaded with talent and is an excellent utility player,” Head Coach Gary Adams said.
2001 — Appeared in 13 games, starting five at second base and one as the DH … Had an RBI single and scored to kick off UCLA’s biggest inning of the season, 10 runs in the second in an 11-2 rout of UNLV (February 11) … Recorded career-high six assists as starting second baseman in 4-3 win over USC (Feb. 17) … Did not see any action after March 26 due to a shoulder injury.
2000 (Summer) — Played right field and second base for the Mat-su Miners of the Alaska League … Team placed third in the league and seventh at the NBC Tournament..
1999-2000 (at El Camino Community College) — Played for two years under coaches Nick Van Lue and Greg Bergeron… Earned first-team All-League and All-State honors …Team captain … Named a pre-season All-American.
Crossroads HS (Santa Monica, CA) — Earned four varsity letters under coach Rudy Valentino … Earned All-CIF and All-League honors … Team captain for two years.
Personal — Lists Darin Erstad and Derek Jeter as his favorite MLB players … Mother is Brenda Simmons … Has a brother, Khalif … Born on September 1, 1979 in Orange County, California … Full name: Rashad Saeed Parker … Undeclared major.