If speed kills, Ohio State just acquired a major weapon with the commitment of 4-star wide receiver James Clark.
The news comes from The O-Zone.net’s Brandon Castel:
CBS’ Bruce Feldman went on to explain the impact Clark joining Urban Meyer’s Buckeyes has on Meyer’s former team, the Florida Gators:
The New Smyrna Beach product, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings, is rated as the 32nd-best wide receiver and the No. 225 overall recruit in the country. Considering his skill set, he should be a pain for opposing defenses to deal with over the next four years.
At 5’10″, 170 pounds, Clark doesn’t exactly have the size of a true No. 1 receiver. That’s likely the reason that he received such a low ranking despite pulling in 49 catches for 1,112 yards (a ridiculous 22.7 yards per reception) and eight touchdowns during his senior season.
But those are just numbers.
What matters is how dangerous he can be with the ball in his hands.
According to the Orlando…
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