The twenty-third, and penultimate, installment of the fifth edition of this now 24-part series profiles James Clark, a wide receiver prospect from New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Clark was an eleventh hour discovery by Ohio State, which only offered Clark in the second week of January 2013. His courtship with Ohio State lasted all of three weeks before National Letter of Intent Day.
For that matter, he was also an eleventh hour recruiting battle between Florida and Ohio State. While Clark had a lengthy recruitment before being discovered by both Will Muschamp and Urban Meyer, the introduction of both these programs into James Clark's recruitment substantially altered his recruitment's trajectory. This is retold below.
The feature proceeds in the usual fashion thereafter. I mention strengths and areas for improvement for James Clark as a future wide receiver. I provide some some highlights and a projection of redshirt status. I include some various tidbits about Clark you may find interesting before concluding he is better known. I put him on the board thereafter.
Fake 40: 4.45
High School: New Smyrna Beach High School; New Smyrna Beach, FL