Clark caught 34 passes for 450 yards and three touchdowns last season for Scotlandville, which went 3-7. The 6-foot-0, 170-pounder earned first-team all-district honors, which is a rare feat in a Class 5A district.
A couple of weeks ago, Clark exhibited his skills in the Hornets' Black/Gold spring game, hauling in 15 receptions and a couple of TDs.
"I'm working on concentrating more on the ball so I can always make the difficult catch across the middle," said Clark. "I'm trying to improve my speed and strength. I want to get stronger.
"I'm camping at Texas A&M next week, and I'll be at the National Underclassmen Combine in Lafayette (at St. Thomas More) next Saturday."
Clark is a dual-sport athlete. This spring, he batted over .300 as the starting left fielder on Scotlandville's baseball team. He also pitched.
"Blaine is a big guy who does a good job of blocking," said Clark. "Henry is a leader on and off the field."
Scotlandville will have its hands full in the first two weeks of the season. First, they'll square off with fellow north Baton Rouge program Redemptorist in the season opener. The following week, the Hornets challenge defending 3A state champ Parkview Baptist. Both games are on the road.