Tez Parks visited Auburn on Monday to watch practice and spend time with his older brother, redshirt freshman tight end Ricky Parks, who Tez said is thoroughly enjoying his time in the new Tigers' attack.
"He likes Malzahn because he recruited him. He's better with the fast-paced offense," Parks said. "We talk everyday and he likes playing the fullback position and going back and forth. He said he weighs 255-pounds. He's big."
The younger Parks is a 2014 prospect from Hogansville (Ga.) Callaway. He plays linebacker, receiver, quarterback and safety, the true definition of an athlete. He currently stands at 6-foot-1, 200-pounds.
Parks' recruitment has heated up in recent months.
"I have an offer from Georgia Tech, South Carolina, I'm going to LSU soon, I'm coming back to Auburn for their spring game. Many colleges say they will offer me as an athlete," said Parks.
Parks claims no early favorites. He feels like Auburn may offer down the road. Parks also claims interest from Florida State, Georgia, Alabama and more.
"Auburn said they will offer me as an athlete," Parks said. "I like offense better, I'll play offense in college. My main position last year was quarterback and safety."
Parks said he wants to play running back in college, or potentially slot receiver in an offense like Malzahn's.