Ward, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound four-star safety, transferred from La Marque (TX) to Pensacola (Fla.) in the middle of the season due to personal reasons.
Warchant.com is also reporting Ward will most likely be headed to the JUCO ranks or prep school and won't be a part of the Seminole 2005 class.
"Mickey Andrews called today and invited him to the Florida game," Pensacola head coach Mike Bennett told The Territory.
"We'll be there on Saturday and we're bringing some senior tape. Mickey asked me how he's doing and I told him he's a model citizen. If had done anything to get in trouble with the law, he wouldn't be allowed in our school. His record was clean.
"Also, I don't know where that JUCO stuff came from. Clarence is on track to qualify."
Ward and his Pensacola teammates will square off against nationally-acclaimed receiver Fred Rouse and Tallahassee Lincoln in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs on Friday night. Pensacola upended Lincoln earlier during the regular season.
Last year as a junior, Ward recorded 93 tackles, five interceptions and four fumble recoveries.