Kenyon Parker

Texas City senior Kenyon Parker is pictured with his parents, Veronica and Glenn Parker, and his younger brother, Glenn Parker Jr. at his recent signing day ceremony, where he signed a national letter of intent to join Arkansas State’s track and field program.

Texas City High School senior Kenyon Parker signed his national letter of intent to run track for Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

His junior year, Parker won the 100- and 300-meter hurdles at the district meet and the area meet. He placed third in both races at the regional meet (2022). He was also a state finalist in track his sophomore year (2021).



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