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Jabari Parker still weighing college options

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CHICAGO (Associated Press) -

Top high school recruit Jabari Parker of Chicago's Simeon Career Academy is still weighing his college options.

His father, Sonny, says he is trying to decide between Michigan State, Duke, Florida, Stanford and Brigham Young. Jabari Parker is scheduled to announce his choice Thursday during a news conference at Simeon.

Sonny Parker says his son is "still undecided, still talking to the coaches and making sure that's he's going to make the right decision."

Florida's Billy Donovan attended Monday's game at Chicago's Carver Military Academy and Duke's Mike Krzyzewski caught a game last week.

Sonny Parker isn't sure which way his son's leaning, just that Jabari "wouldn't be wasting coaches' time if he already knew."

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