Lark Has Early Looks

Scout.com has an update on Bellaire wide receiver Courtney Lark from Houston, Texas. He was the go-to guy in the Bellaire passing attack as the team pulled out a 31-28 win last Friday night. Now Lark looks to continue playing well and at the same time attract a few more college coaches as well.

It was all about being productive.

That was the approach of Houston (Tex.) Bellaire wide receiver Courtney Lark, who was the team's go-to guy in the 31-28 win over Westside last weekend in the regular season finale. On a night where Bellaire didn't pull out all of its weapons, the sophomore playmaker Lark was able to shine.

But clearly he holds himself to a higher standard. 

"First I started bad, but second half I got my head straight. And I was able to catch most of my passes," Lark said. 

For the 6-foot-2, 175-pound Lark, most meant catching eight passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns. Down the stretch he was able to haul in some impressive passes on third-and-medium to keep the chains moving and the drive alive. Most of those passes were on the 10-yard out routes.

This is something that the future star of the class of 2016 has been doing for many years now, despite the fact that he is still a younger varsity player.

"Those third-down catches is something I've worked on. When I was younger, my uncle used to throw me passes like that so that I could learn how to keep my feet in and focus on the ball," Lark said. "Tonight I was able to get a few of those passes and catch the ball."

Catches like those will for sure get Lark a look or two. Of course, that has already started happening. For now, schools in the Big 10 and Big 12 have already shown some interest and it will only be a matter of time before others follow this lead.

"I know Nebraska really likes me. Also Baylor and a few others I can't think of right now," Lark said. "I have not made any games yet, but I plan too. Also, I like Texas Tech because it is an ‘Air Raid' offense. I do like Baylor and Nebraska too."

Ahmard Vital is responsible for Midlands Recruiting, mainly covering prospects in the state of Texas. He joined Scout.com in 2005 and is the author of the newly released book, Awaken the Baller Within.
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