Clark Takes In Practice

The Rialton (Calif.) Carter defensive tackle, Kenneth Clark, was amongst a host of visitors at UCLA's practice on Saturday...

Rialto (Calif.) Carter defensive tackle Kenneth Clark (6-2, 285), is in no rush to make a decision, with a hearty list of offers.

Clark was one of a handful of recruits who took in UCLA's practice on Saturday.

The four-star was one of UCLA's early offer recipients and he has high interest in the Bruins, and the visit on Saturday made an impression.

"The practice was awesome," said Clark. "They really got after it."

Clark had a chance to chat with the UCLA coaches after practice.

"Yeah, I got a chance to talk with the coaches after and they're super cool," said Clark. "I really talked with all of them, but mainly the defensive coordinator (Lou Spanos)."

Clark said he watched the defensive line closely and new DL coach Angus McClure.

"The d-linemen and Coach Angus were cool and I think I could play early if I stayed on my game," said Clark.

Clark said he hopes to make it back to UCLA in the spring and also plans to visit a few more schools.

"I'm going to USC next weekend (for their spring game), and I'm trying to get to Nebraska and Washington too," said Clark. "I'm hoping to get back to UCLA too."

Clark said that he's got no favorite from his list of schools, which includes offers from Boise State, Fresno State, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon State, UCLA, Washington and Washington State.

"I'm wide open and just going through the process," said Clark. "I think Cal could be next to offer."

Clark said his only camp plans for now is the Oregon Nike Football Training Camp.

Brandon is in his eighth year with and FOXSportsNext, currently as a National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager. Prior to joining the Scout Recruiting Team, he was a team recruiting writer.  He's been covering recruiting for the Scout Network since 2003.
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