"We are on our way home now," Robert Clark said earlier today. "It was great. I mean I had a lot of fun this weekend with all those guys. The first day we were all over at the stadium and that was real cool. We also went into the weight room and they showed us a couple things and then it was time to eat."
Playing for Dwyer with guys like Gerald Christian and Matt Elam, it's easy to understand why he might fly under the radar but Clark was a priority this weekend for the Gators.
"After we went out to eat I went out later that night with my host Jelani Jenkins while Matt was with Jon Bostic. We had a lot of fun it was my best visit by far that I have taken."
While Florida has a new wide receiver coach, Clark is very familiar with him.
"I have known coach Azzanni for a while because of all the times he has worked the Florida summer camps and stuff. He is a really good guy and I like him. Meeting all of the coaches and spending time talking to those guys was the best part for me."
There has been recent speculation that Clark was set to announce for the Florida Gators and many believe it would happen this weekend. While this was not the case things could change in a moments notice.
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