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Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by GATORAZ, Jun 13, 2012.
I would love to!!!:wave:
That's a good example and if that were Grier's role at UF I hope he has the same luck.
20lbs at least but that's not an automatic. Even Aaaron Murray was listed at 200+ in HS, which was probably generous, but two years after arriving on campus is listed at 210.
Gatoraz...i LOVE Clark!
He just needs a QB that has arm strength enough so he's not waiting for the ball every time he beats a defender...
How well do the coaches know about Clark?
What year is he?
He's 2013 and GATORAZ said that the coaches have been in contact.
First film I have watched on Clark. I am SOLD! WOW!!! Very impressed!
But Die, my points are that (1) his weight is only important if he is to have a bunch of carries as a QB (Murray does not), and (2) in any event, plenty of running QBs weigh much less. Tommy Frazier was about 200 pounds. Eric Crouch was about 210. Pat White weighed less than 200.
Halfway through his junior year in high school, I'm not worried about his height or his weight.
Clark's got hands, jets, brains, the whole package. It's baffling that he was under radar for so long.
I see that he has a lot of December visits. Wonder if he's an EE. He could run indoor track as soon as he got on campus.
His stride reminds me of Debose. Big time prospect.
Please get Clark
I know, it's been a while since we've seen Debose take a stride... Lol. We new reminders
I hope you are not inviting a Gator fan for dinner! This reeks of recruiting violations! Plus, creating a cyber "paper" trail may not be the smartest thing to do.
As long as the person is not a booster member and nothing is exchanged it's legal
UNC offered another 2014 QB today Jacob Park he also has offers from Auburn NC State and the Vols
Those are really CRAZY statistics, of course you get that sort of stuff when there are about 15 boys in a school.
That is, however, really out of sight, sort of like the over 130 points that Grinnel guard scored against an utterly overmatched opponent. These two were not that far from each other, but obviously, their coaches bought the "If you score enough, they can't beat you philosophy," as opposed to the "If they can't score, they can't beat you," philosophy
I can throw a football over them mountains
We could of won state!!
he is visiting this weekend for the banquet