Rahshon Clark Q&A

<b>AMES, IA --</b> Rahshon Clark figures to be an important part of Iowa State's squad as a true freshman. The wing man drew praise from Wayne Morgan over the summer when the head coach rated Clark as the second-most athletic player he recruited in the entire country. As ISU prepared for its three-game tour of Mexico, Clark shared some thoughts with CycloneNation.com.

CN: Did you have any problems getting adjusted to Ames after being on the East Coast?

Rahshon Clark: I'm used to being around a situation like this, because I went to prep school in Maine. This is kind of like Maine to me. It's no big difference.

CN: What has been the biggest on-court adjustment for you?

Clark: Practice and just trying to get used to it. I'm trying to focus on getting my stamina up. It's been tough getting from class to class, and balancing that with everything.

CN: Which position/s have you settled into?

Clark: As for right now I'll probably play the three spot, small forward. My concentration is just trying to get better in any way possible that I can help the team and contribute.

CN: When did you show up on campus?

Clark: I got here August 20th. It's gone pretty smooth. Everything was fine. Nothing was tough except for the campus at first. I didn't know where to go. I'm used to it now.

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