Brendon Clark may not be a huge name on the recruiting trail as of yet but the Virginia native has been picking up steam in recent weeks and will now start to receive even more attention following a recent weekend announcement.
The 6-foot-2, 213-pound Clark has decided to back off his pledge to Wake Forest following his recent visit to Clemson. Clark also recently landed an offer from Tennessee and plans to visit Knoxville before making his commitment in early July. He has also recently received offers from Duke and Maryland. Considering the Vols have yet to receive a commitment from a quarterback in the 2019 recruiting cycle, Clark could be their guy now that he’s backed off his commitment to join Wake.
Clark was named to Virginia’s 6A All-State team last season after throwing for over 2,000 yards and 28 touchdowns to only four interceptions. He also rushed for an additional 12 scores.
According to his high school program’s Twitter account, Manchester Football, his decision will come on July 4.
Brendon Clark had reopened his recruitment and has decimmitted from Wake Forrest. Clark visited Clemson this past weekend and has trips planned for Notre Dame and Tennessee in the upcoming weeks. A planned decision will be made on July 4th pic.twitter.com/2BI8ZHgE9B
— Manchester Football (@lancer_footbal) June 11, 2018
Clark shows off plenty of arm talent as well as his mobility when he decides to tuck the ball and run it in his junior season highlight reel. Clark is currently ranked as a three-star prospect but that could soon be changing as his stock continues to rise on the recruiting trail.