What it means: I think Tyler Clark is probably the most undervalued commit in this class. Man, he is difficult to deal with. He’s from the middle of nowhere and has the the ability to develop his 6-4, 290-pound frame. Georgia needed to sign a slew of defensive linemen, and they did so in this class. But Clark is the guy folks are forgetting about, and I think he’s got the potential to be a multi-year starter at UGA. That’s nothing to sneeze at.
Dean Legge saw him live: 2015 Mark Richt Camp
Chad Simmons says: When Clark lines up, if you are an offensive lineman you better get your hands on him early, because if you don't, he will be by you. Very quick off the ball and a defensive lineman who will get in the backfield. Really athletic with a frame still able to add weight and muscle too. Raw in technique and can improve pad level, but can fire off the ball and create havoc in the backfield. Is only going to get better.