"Yes, I'm a Wolverine," he reported. "After talking with my dad last night, we kind of knew where we were going."
Clark says after camping at Michigan, he knew it was the right school regardless of when the scholarship would be there.
"I felt at home at Michigan. The coaching staff was good and I fell in love with it there."
As far as what the plan would be for next year and beyond, Clark simply stated, "We haven't talked about that yet."
He did say the coaches were excited to hear of his commitment and after going from virtual unknown to Big Ten player, there was only one way to describe his feelings today.
"It feels good."
Clark finished by saying that if other schools offer him a scholarship, he would not change his decision.