"It was really nice at Wake," Clark said of his visit. "They had a good win against Virginia. It definitely was a good trip."
"I met the [athletic director] and walked around campus. I met all the players, coaches and I ate with the coaches and the players. I got to know pretty much everybody there. It was nice."
Clark met with Skip Prosser over the weekend and Wake Forest's head man issued Clark a scholarship. "They did offer. It's just something I have to look at, but they offered a scholarship so they are definitely a big consideration. I'm definitely strongly considering Wake."
"I guess you could say Wake and Vandy because that's where I've been on visits," Clark said when asked about a leader.
Clark, who was once a Florida commit, took a visit to Vanderbilt two weeks ago and took in their win over the Gators. "That was lots of fun. They beat Florida that weekend and I got to see the campus."
Like most prospects, Clark has a long list of factors that will affect his final decision. Coaching style and overall feel are two aspects that will play a big role.
"I look at the style of the play and I want to see how intense they are in practice and the preparation they have before the game, stuff like that. I want to make sure its somewhere that I can fit in."
With two visits down, Clark still has a trio of official visits available. However he said he's uncertain whether he'll take any more visits. Clark hopes to have a decision by the end of the month.