Hobby sees Florida QB

Early last week, Clemson defensive ends coach stopped through Florida to check on a 2012 quarterback who holds one offer.

QB Jadrian Clark Profile

Contact between Lakeland Senior High School junior quarterback Jadrian Clark and Clemson is all very recent.

"I have not talked to them very much at all," he told CUTigers.com. "I'm just now starting to talk to them. We'll see what happens."

Along with Clemson, USF and Miami visited last week. LSU, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, Louisville, Purdue and Notre Dame have also made stops by Lakeland. Ohio State is expected be by next week.

The 6-foot-2, 210-pound rising senior has an interest in the Tigers.

"I like Clemson. It's a good school. It's in the ACC," Clark said. "There's warm weather, really good fans—stuff like that. It's the stuff I'm looking for."

Currently, Western Michigan is his only offer, however he believes a couple others could be on the way in the future.

"Miami, I talk to them a lot. Purdue, I'm going to go up there this summer and go to their camp. I feel like, if I go up there and do well, they're going to offer me—a couple of different schools," Clark said.

He's already started making plans for next summer.

"We're driving up past Auburn up to Ohio State, Notre Dame, Purdue and then Michigan," Clark said.

As a junior, he threw for 1,700 yards and 24 touchdowns.

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