Clarke with Another Impressive Season

The benchmark for wide receivers has always been the 1,000-yard mark and to reach it is very impressive, to reach it back-to-back as a 10th and 11th grader is entirely different all together and that is exactly what Sebring (FL) standout Devin Clarke has done.

The 5-11 and 170-pound playmaker will have a chance to complete the feat three times heading into his senior season. Sebring was off to a 6-3 start on the year in large part to Devin Clarke's play. He has more than 1,400 all-purpose yards and 17 touchdowns through the first nine games and talked about his strengths as a player.

"My strengths are speed, soft hands, open field ability and my weakness is my run blocking."

While Clarke is in no hurry to make any kind of decision he has been to multiple games this season.

"I have attended two games at Florida, one at Miami and I plan to attend one at South Florida. All the visits were great and the facilities were incredible. Future visits that I want to take would be Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, South Florida and Miami."

Clarke has a written offer from South Florida and Tennessee at this time and hears the most from those two schools.

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