Clark talks goals for year off the court

USC's newest forward Darion Clark is on campus, but will not play this season due to tranfer rules. Clark discusses his goals for the off season as well as his relationship with Head Coach Andy Enfied.

Charlotte transfer Darion Clark is ready to go, but transfer rules state that he will have to sit out a year. In the meantime, Clark has some goals on his mind: improve his range, overall game and to be a good teammate.

Clark has already sparked good chemistry with his teammates and says he is excited to cheer for them during the season.

The forward also says he knew he wanted to leave Charlotte during the middle of last season, and that the decision to come to USC was "90 percent" due to the Trojans' new Head Coach Andy Enfield. Clark says he has known Enfield for a while and that the two have a great relationship.

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