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Five-star TE Chris Clark committs to Pittsburgh

The saga surrounding five-star tight end Chris Clark seems to finally have reached its end. After leaving the UCLA Bruins earlier this season, it appeared that Clark was on his way to join the Syracuse Orange. However, the Orange pulled their offer and Clark was once again left searching for a new home. Now, it looks that Clark finally has found a home with the Pittsburgh Panthers...
Via Campus Sports Net
November 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Syracuse pulls offer to UCLA transfer Chris Clark

It was just a few weeks ago that reports surfaced regarding UCLA Bruins transfer Chris Clark. According to those early reports, Clark was set to transfer to the Syracuse Orange after leaving Los Angeles in September. However, there now seems to be a change of plans. In a recent interview with the Daily Orange, the five-star tight end said that Syracuse has decided to pull his offer...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Ex-UCLA TE Chris Clark transfers to Syracuse

Former UCLA tight end Chris Clark is transferring to Syracuse, he told Scout.com. Clark only saw action in the Bruins’ season opener this year. Rated as the no.1 tight end in the country, Clark was a four-star member of UCLA’s 2015 recruiting class, he announced in mid-September that he would be leaving UCLA, preferably for a school closer to his home state of Connecticut. North...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 17, 2015  |  Discuss

5-Star TE Chris Clark Chooses Syracuse

Tight end Chris Clark, who was one of the top tight ends in the 2015 recruiting class, has decided he will transfer to Syracuse. The news was first reported by CuseNation.com. Clark told CuseNation he plans to enroll at the university in January. This all happened so quickly that a lot of us don’t really know much about Clark. Here’s the rundown. Chris Clark was a 5-star recruit...
Via Orange Fizz
October 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Five-Star Chris Clark Narrows Transfer List to Two

The Orange has a unique opportunity to bring in a cornerstone player via transfer in the coming weeks, and the decision may come sooner than any would have thought.  Former UCLA tight end Chris Clark has reportedly narrowed down his transfer list to just two schools: SU and Pittsburgh.  Sure, this rising star may just be another transfer option…except for the fact that he was...
Via Orange Fizz
October 04, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA transfer Clark to visit Pitt

Chris Clark is currently in search of a new home. After transferring from the UCLA Bruins football program, Clark, the top-rated tight end in the Class of 2015, is beginning to make visits. One of his first stops will be with the Pittsburgh Panthers, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune. Clark previously visited Pitt when he was on the recruiting trail and he is familiar with Panthers...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 28, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA reportedly changes mind on TE Chris Clark's transfer block

Reports yesterday indicated that UCLA blocked freshman tight end Chris Clark from transferring to Michigan, Michigan State or Ohio State.News today reflects the opposite. According to ESPN Insider's Todd VanHaaren, the UCLA Bruins have lifted the ban on Clark from attending the previously mentioned schools. The report also mentions, however, that Clark was not interested in transferring...
Via FOX Sports
September 24, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA blocking TE Chris Clark from transferring to Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State

One of the top tight end prospects in college football is looking to transfer after leaving the UCLA program following one game with the Bruins. Unfortunately he will not have his choice of schools to attend. According to Rivals, Chris Clark, the No. 1-rated tight end in the 2015 recruiting class, has been blocked by UCLA from transferring to Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 23, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA Blocks Chris Clarks From Transferring To Michigan, Michigan State?

Chris Clark, the No. 1 TE in the 2015 class, officially was released from his UCLA scholarship on Tuesday.  While it’s still unclear which school the 6-foot-5, 235-pounder is leaning towards transferring to, two Big Ten schools are reportedly being blocked by Jim More and UCLA. According to the UCLA rivals board and confirmed by Brandon Brown of TheWolverine, UCLA has denied...
Via Diehardsport
September 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: UCLA Freshman TE Chris Clark Leaving Program

The LA Times are reporting freshman tight end Chris Clark is leaving the UCLA program after just one game in Los Angeles. Tight end Chris Clark no longer with Bruins http://t.co/CFHWVfGEzG — eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) September 13, 2015 Clark, a former five-star recruit and one-time UNC and Michigan commit, picked the Bruins over the Wolverines on National Signing...
Via Diehardsport
September 13, 2015  |  Discuss
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