Tennessee and Georgia would love to get their hands on Chris Clark, a four-star prospect out of Connecticut. Now they know when they can expect an answer.
With no natural superpower program in his region, the highly recruited tight end is being courted by a bunch of schools all over the country. Not surprisingly, the Big Ten schools and Notre Dame are in on things, but so is the school he was once committed to (North Carolina) and Arizona State. And of course, the Volunteers and Bulldogs. In fact, Georgia’s staff stopped by his hometown of Avon (Conn.) to visit with him, and Clark will be on Tennessee’s campus within the next couple of weeks. Clark is 6-foot-6, 250 pounds and is rated the No. 4 tight end in the nation and the No. 112 overall prospect.
Clark will then commit to the school of his choice on July 10th when he is attending The Opening out of in Oregon, the NIKE camp that attracts the most elite talent in the nation. Not even the national all-star games in January hoard this much talent in one place.
While Clark seems to be more of an Ohio State-Michigan-Michigan State-Notre Dame type of guy, he has spoken highly of Georgia and Tennessee. They’ll have another month or so to make an impression.
EDITOR’S NOTE: All rankings, team or individual, are based on composite rankings from 247Sports.com.