Clark makes pick

Four-star Stevie Clark is staying home to play his college basketball.

Oklahoma State Head Coach Travis Ford is known for the freedom he gives guards in his program, and for Stevie Clark that proved to be what he needed.

The Oklahoma City (Okla.) Douglass scorer made the decision at his school to pick the Cowboys over strong interest from Baylor. The decision was made at his school.

Oklahoma State recruited Clark the hardest of any of the schools on his list, and that eventually led to the decision to stay close to home and select the school.

This gives Oklahoma State one of the highest scoring duos in the 2013 class. Clark, who is considered maybe the best scorer from the point guard position, will be joined by fellow four-star Detrick Mostella who committed to the school during the early signing period.

The combination of Clark and Mostella should lead to a lot of points being put on the board in Stillwater.

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