Clark changes up camp plans

Rialto (Calif.) Carter defensive lineman Kenneth Clark was hoping to take an unofficial visit to Nebraska this weekend. The visit will no longer happen but Clark is hoping to check out the Huskers later in the year.

Kenneth Clark is one of the top two-way linemen in the region although most schools like him on the defensive side of the ball. Oregon has offered him as a guard but the rest of his offers are for defensive tackle and Clark said that he prefers the defensive side of the ball.

Clark was hoping to visit Nebraska this week for the Huskers ‘Big Red Weekend' but will have to postpone the visit for the fall. "I really wanted to go but something came up," Clark said. "I'm going to take an official visit in the fall and I definitely have interest. I'm going up to Washington June 28th for their camp and I also plan to do camps with USC and UCLA later this month.

"USC hasn't offered me yet but they told me if I come out to the camp and do really well, they'll likely offer me. I'm looking at both of these schools and it will be cool to compare the staffs at Washington, USC and UCLA since I'll be doing those camps back to back to back."

Clark said he doesn't have a leader right now and would like to do a few official visits before making a decision.

"If USC offers, that might put some pressure on me to commit sooner," Clark said. "I know they don't have a lot of rides left so we'll see what happens and if that speeds up my decision or not."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 15 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for
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