Clark impressed with Florida visit

Miami has been the leader for Khairi Clark for quite some time, and while the Hurricanes still hold the top spot, Florida has made a move. The five-star defensive tackle and his mother visited the Gators for the spring game and left very impressed with the program. Clark breaks it down right here.

"I like Florida a lot, they're actually in my top, and from being here, they're actually moving up," Khairi Clark said.

"They told me how I can be a big impact in their program if I come in, and stuff like that. They told me they have a great education, I'll always be taken care of, and they said they'd really like to see me on that field."

The Chaminade-Madonna standout said Miami continues to lead and he likes Notre Dame, Georgia, Clemson, and Nebraska as well. Florida had been high on Clark's list but the visit definitely helped the Gators in the race to land Clark's skills.

"I talked to basically all of the coaches. It was a great experience coming up here. Getting to see the facilities and the campus, it was a great experience," he said.

"Coach Muschamp was telling me to just keep working hard. They have a lot to offer if I come here. They tell me I can be a big impact if I come here and really work hard."

The 6-foot-3, 300-pound tackle said the coaches could use him in a few different roles on the line.

"They see me moving around, being at the nose, defensive tackle. They run two types of defense, the three-four and four-three, so they said they could switch me up," he said.

Clark doesn't plan to commit anytime soon, and he's not sure what's next on his visit list. Stay tuned to FOX Sports NEXT for all the latest.

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