Clark headed to Top Prospect Camp

Class 5A Scotlandville (La.) surprised many people across the state last year by rolling to a 5-0 start, but the Hornets and '14 OL/DL La'Allan Clark won't sneak up on anybody in 2012. Clark is a returning starter, as is older brother Larry ('13 WR). Read further for the latest on La'Allan Clark.

"I went to the (National Underclassmen Combine) Ultimate 100 last Saturday in College Park (Atlanta)," said La'Allan Clark.

"I did good. I've gained a couple of pounds: I'm up to 250 now and I've gotten faster. They started me off at offensive line at the Ultimate 100 - and I was doing good - and then I went to the defensive line and did good there, too."

Due to his impressive effort, Clark received an invite to the NUC Top Prospect Camp later this month in Norman, Oklahoma.

"I made the showcase at the Ultimate 100 and finished third out of 23 offensive linemen," he said. "At first, I didn't realize that I was going to get the invitation to the Top Prospect Camp.

"The Ultimate 100 went good. I felt like I accomplished a lot. I was one of the only players there from Baton Rouge. I'm going to LSU's OL/DL camp on the 14th, and I'm camping withh LSU on the 15th through 18th. I was going to camp at Houston, but it's the same dates as the Top Prospect Camp. "

Scotlandville returns the bulk of its star players from last year, and expectations are high following an 8-3 finish (lost to Barbe in the first round of the 2011 5A playoffs).

"We should be more balanced on offense this year," said Clark. "Last year we had a wide-open passing offense; we'll run more often this year."

Clark could play a number of positions in college, depending on how much he grows. He's currently in the 6-2, 250-pound frame, with two more years remaining in high school.

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