"I am hearing the most from Duke, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, North Carolina, Virginia, Wake Forest and West Virginia," Clark said. "I hear from other schools a lot too, but right now those would be my favorite seven."
"North Carolina was my favorite team growing up and my dad is a diehard fan too, so I've always been around it," Clark stated. "I like their offensive system a lot and think I'd fit into it well. The other great thing with them is that their coaching staff is very knowledgeable and you have a great recruiter in Head Coach Butch Davis as well. I camped there last summer and loved the environment on campus. They have a ton of tradition and I could definitely see myself going to school there."
"I camped at Maryland as well, but we just did a lot of combine activities and not a lot of drills. I would have liked to learn more from the camp experience."
"The best camp I went to was definitely Duke," Clark explained. "It was a high intensity experience and the coaching staff really worked us very hard. I learned a lot in the drills there and I think the biggest thing I picked up was how to make better shuffle-cuts which really helped my game this season. The thing I like the most about Duke is definitely my relationship with the coaching staff as we're already very close and talk to each other pretty often. I was able to go to the North Carolina game this season and they also have a great engineering program which is what I would like to major in."
As a junior, Clark carried 133 times for 1100 yards and eight touchdowns. He also caught 26 passes for 220 yards and two more scores.