Although he's verbally committed to West Virginia, cornerback Robert Clark also maintained he was…
Corner Considering Visits
Robert Clark made a summer commitment to West Virginia and he took his official visit to the school last weekend. "It was great," Clark said. "I loved it. Matt Elam went, Chris Dunkley went, the two linemen from Pahokee went, Darius Millines went and committed. Travis Bell went and committed. Fred Pickett was already committed and he went. It was a great weekend. We had a lot of fun together." Clark, 5-foot-10 and 170 pounds, talked about what's next on the schedule. "I wanna visit USF soon and then also Kentucky," he said. "Those will be two schools I plan on visiting. Coach G is still calling me from Florida, saying how they want me to come in and replace Brandon James in that role. But Florida just has so many receivers going there or committed so I'm not sure." The standout corner prospect talked more about his interest in the other in-state program. "I like USF a lot," he said. "I really like their facilities there and they have a good atmosphere. Plus, I have a sister who lives in Tampa." Clark, who said the other school still calling in addition to the four he mentioned is Iowa State, said it's gonna be tough to unseat West Virginia. "I'm really happy about my commitment and excited about the things they're doing there," he said. "I just wanna get out and make sure I'm making the best decision possible." Inside the classroom Clark claims a 2.9 GPA and has helped Dwyer to a 2-1 start on the season, including a big win over Pahokee on Friday night.
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