Brandon Parker – North Carolina A&T

Today in recognition of Black History Month , We recognize the achievements of this Black College Football All-American.


Members of the Inaugural TAJ-Talented 10th  Black College All-American Team.

Members of the Inaugural TAJ-Talented 10th  Black College All-American Team.

During the month of February, (Black History Month) a member of the All-American team is featured on the website daily. Today we put the spot light on:

N.C. A&T’s Brandon Parker  : (Offensive lineman)

#70  Red-Shirt Senior
      6’7″  309lbs
Kannapolis , North Carolina
(A.L. Brown High School)


#1  Scoring Offense  in the MEAC (35.1 Points per game)
#1  Passing offense in the MEAC (255.8 yards per game)
#1  Passing Efficiency Offense in the MEAC ( 161.1)
#1  In the MEAC in sacks allowed (11)
#2  Total Offense in the MEAC  (426.8 yards per game)
#2  Rushing Offense in the MEAC (171.0 yards per game)

-SBN Black College All-American 
-AP FCS All-American
-BOXTOROW All-American
-Stats FCS All-American
-NFL Reeses Senior Bowl



Brandon  aka Big Stuff Parker  and  A&T got off to a fast start this season and never looked back. The Aggie offenese piled up 458 yards of total offense  in the opening season 45-3 win over Gardner Webb. The 6’7″, 309 pound experienced Left Tackle  also helped the A&T offense  ring up 490 total yards the following week in the 56-0 win over Mars Hill. So in just the first two games of the season with “Big Stuff ” providing the power needed at the pivotal Left Tackle Position. The Three time SBN All-American has been a major force over the years in coach Rod Broadway’s  Aggie offense.


The A&T offensive juggernaut did not stop there ; two weeks later in the win over Morgan State the blue and gold racked up a season high of  514 yards of total offense and get this 345 of those yards were on the ground. This season the A&T offensive line  which provided the protection for the passing game and opened holes for the running backs helped power A&T to an average of 429.5 yards of Total Offense per game.



What is even more impressive is that the Aggies were only held under 400 yards four  times in 12 games this season. By the way, in the National Championship game against the touted defense of Grambling State ,Coach Broadways offense with Parker protecting the QB  racked up a total of 397 yards  and controlled the ball for a whopping 35 minutes in route to a 21-14 victory and the Black College National Championship.