Nickname: B.C. Daddy
Redshirt Senior Wide Receiver
6-foot-3, 205-pounds, 4.45-seconds in the 40
Tampa Bay (Fl.) Chamberlain High School
The Pack's fifth-leading receiver in 2003 with 28 catches for 458 yards, Clark started 11 games during his sophomore year. He had 90-yard reception tallies in two of the last three games of the season, he had three catches for 90 yards in the overtime loss at Florida State and five grabs for that same total against Kansas in the Tangerine Bowl, including a 40-yard TD catch. He pulled down a season-high six receptions in the triple-overtime loss at No. 3 Ohio State, and was in for a career-high 73 snaps in that contest. Clark was named Most Dependable Wide Receiver following 2004 spring drills.
Clark was named an academic All-ACC performer for 2004, as he earned a 3.42 GPA for the fall semester. The junior was in for 420 snaps last season, the highest tally for any Wolfpack wideout, even though he started just five games. He led the team with four receptions for 55 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown, in the win over East Carolina. The Pack's fifth-leading receiver in 2004 with 18 catches for 211 yards. Clark also competed with the track team during the indoor season, and he ran the sixth-fastest 60m time in school history, a 6.98.
High School Accolades
-A PrepStar honorable mention All-Southeast region
-Named all-county and all-conference as a senior
-Ranked Rivals100.com's 35th best wide receiver prospect in the nation
-Led his team to the class 5-A state championship as a senior
Former Wolfpack assistant coach Chris Demarest
Clark had a breakout spring in 2005, registering 131 yards on seven receptions in the spring game. As a senior, he and Tramain Hall will be counted on to make plays for a Wolfpack offense that enters the 2005 season with a lot of questions to answer.
Clark has the potential to have a big year in 2005, but with guys like Hall, T.J. Williams, Lamart Barrett, and Sterling Hicks on the roster, will he be productive enough to earn all-ACC honors?