The four-star prospect is one of UCLA's primary targets on the defensive line as well.
"It was great there at the UCLA spring game," said Clark. "I enjoyed myself and was there with my family."
Clark got a chance to talk with the UCLA coaches before and after the event.
"I spoke to the coaches for a while," said Clark. "I actually got to talk to all of them except Coach (Jim) Mora because he was doing a lot of interviews after."
Clark said that he enjoyed the atmosphere at the Rose Bowl, as well as some of the folks in attendance.
"The atmosphere was great, and I even had a couple of fans who knew who I was," said Clark.
Clark had been to UCLA earlier in the spring for practice, and is debating whether he'll camp there, already owning an offer from the Bruins.
At this point, Clark said that he's got no favorite from his list of schools, which includes offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Miami (Fl), Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, Washington and Washington State.
Clark's only definite upcoming camp plans are the Oregon Nike Camp next month.