The Gray Box comes a little bit earlier than expected for 2017 quarterback Danny Clark. Ohio State offered the Massillon freshman quarterback, and he immediately accepted.
Scout.com's Bill Greene was the first to report the news. His commitment should come as no surprise, since he has previously told Eleven Warriors that he planned to commit to Ohio State on the spot.
Clark made headlines after being named the starting QB at Ohio powerhouse Massillon High School. He was the first freshman to ever start for the Tigers, while leading them into the playoffs. Due to being a freshman, he is not yet rated by any of the services. The pro-style quarterback reports a 4.8 forty time.
The 6-foot-4-inch, 205 pound commit cannot yet drive a car, but that didn't stop Urban Meyer from offering.
"We're still freaking out," Clark said, in a text to 11W. "But he said he loved me on film and I was the right guy for the job."
Highlights? Here's film of the freshman phenom in action for Massillon.