On Tuesday morning via Twitter, defensive back Jordan Clark told the world where he plans to spend his college years:
Malachi 4:2 pic.twitter.com/nGXHsPduTZ— Jordan Clark (@Jclark21_) October 16, 2018
Clark is currently attending University Lab High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is ranked by 247Sports and Rivals as a four-star recruit. Clark has also received offers from Cal, Louisville, Vanderbilt, Boston College and Nebraska, to name a few.
The 5-foot-11, 168 pound, Clark is ranked as the 16th best player in Louisiana and 38th for cornerbacks according to 247Sports. He is also ranked as the 349th best player in the nation by 247Sports and is 300th by ESPN.
Running backs coach John Simon and defensive back coach Tony White led the way in recruiting Clark. However, Clark is the son of former NFL safety Ryan Clark, who after his career worked at ESPN. A place where head coach Herm Edwards and linebackers coach Antonio Pierce also happened to work at.
Clark is now ASU’s top recruit in their current 15-recruit class. He is ranked slighty higher than quarterback Joey Yellen on most sites. Clark also joins receivers Andre Johnson, Ricky Pearsall, Jordan Kerley, quarterback Ethan Long, defensive ends David “DJ” Heckard, Anthonie Cooper, tight end Nolan Matthews, linebacker Connor Soelle and athlete Ty DeArman, LaDarius Henderson, Roman DeWys, Alijah Bates and Ben Scott.
Here is Clark’s highlights: