Wide receiver Roscoe Parrish will skip his senior season and enter this year’s NFL draft, according to his new agent, Drew Rosenhaus, who said Parrish will hold a news conference Thursday to announce the decision formally. Parrish was Miami’s top receiver this season, catching 43 passes for 693 yards. He also averaged 16.2 yards per punt return, running two back for touchdowns. One was in the Hurricanes’ 27-10 Peach Bowl victory over Florida on Dec. 31. He was named the co-MVP of that game. The 5-foot-9, 172-pound Miami native was the first player offered a scholarship by Larry Coker after Coker’s promotion to head coach four years ago. Parrish is the fourth Miami player to declare early for the draft in the past two seasons. Sean Taylor, Kellen Winslow and Vince Wilfork were first-round picks in 2004.