Recruiting: Clark Enjoys OSU Junior Day

Kyle Clark, of Denton (Guyer), Texas, is considered one of the better offensive line prospects in the Lone Star State, and Clark spent Saturday in Stillwater, Okla., attending the Oklahoma State Cowboys' second junior day in the month of February.

"It went pretty good," said Clark of his trip north of the Red River. "The facilities are awesome and I love what the coaches are doing with the future of the program. I thought the whole school was impressive. The basketball game was real good especially to get to see it for free."

We can see where a high school prospect would think the 61-60 upset win by the Cowboys was a good show. Clark said he wasn't the only Denton Guyer player there as teammate Cody Marley also made the trip to OSU. Marley is a 6-0, 212-pound linebacker with 4.65 speed.

Clark has already received scholarship offers from Arizona, Tulsa, and New Mexico State. He has been to Kansas junior day and said he is heading to Texas Tech for its junior day next weekend. Georgia has already committed to coming to see his spring game in May. Clark is heading into his third season as a full-time starter.

"At left tackle, that is where I played most of last season," said the 6-5, 275-pound Clark, who has a 290-pound bench press and a 495-pound squat max. "I've played offensive guard and they have moved me to take advantage of me in the pulling game and get me closer to the ball. I've played everywhere on the offensive line except center."

He is looking to major in business and this spring will also compete in shot put and discus in track. He is also on the Guyer power-lifting team.

Others that joined Clark and Marley at the OSU Junior Day included Jenks All-State defensive back Gabe Lynn, Midwest City running back and defensive back Antonio Brown, Tulsa Washington defensive back Justin Skillens, jumbo Coweta offensive lineman T.J. Jones, Kansas defensive standout Alex Schooler of Wichita Collegiate, and offensive lineman Austin Sumrall of Katy, Texas.

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