Samie Parker
Samie Parker
Title: Wide Receivers

Hometown: Long Beach, Calif.

College: Oregon '03

Years at Whittier: 1st

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Samie Parker attended the University of Oregon from 1999-2003. Before turning pro, he finished his collegiate career atop the program’s all-time leader board for receptions and receiving yards. Parker tallied a total of 178 catches for 2,761 yards and 19 touchdowns in his collegiate career, and was voted MVP of the 2003 Sun Bowl against Minnesota, breaking bowl records with 16 receptions for 200 yards and two touchdowns. In addition, Parker also set a new Oregon Bowl game and Fiesta Bowl record for longest scoring play with a 79-yard receiving touchdown against Colorado.

A fourth-round draft pick of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2004, Parker appeared in 47 games over four seasons with the team. During his time in Kansas City, he totaled 110 receptions for 1,529 yards and seven touchdowns. Parker also spent time with the Carolina Panthers and Oakland Raiders. After his NFL career, Parker played in the UFL with the Las Vegas Locomotives and won back to back championships. Parker then moved on to play wide receiver for the Arena Football League's Los Angeles Kiss and then moved to Canada to play for the Toronto Argonauts

Coaching Career

  • MidAmerica Nazarene University (2013)
  • Fort Valley State University (2015)
  • Long Beach Poly High School (2015)

Career Highlights

  • University of Oregon Record Holder for most catches in a career (1999-2003)
  • NCAA Track & Field All American (2001-2003)
  • Pac-10 Football Honorable Mention (2002-2003)
  • University of Oregon Record Holder for most catches in a season (2003)
  • Olympic Qualifier in the 100 meter dash (2004)
  • Back to back championships with Las Vegas Locomotives (2012-2013)

Professional Career

  • Kansas City Chiefs
  • Denver Broncos
  • Carolina Panthers
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • Oakland Raiders
  • Las Vegas Locomotives
  • Chicago Rush
  • L.A. KISS
  • Toronto Argonauts