With bated breath, two fanbases are waiting for former five-star tight end Chris Clark's decision regarding where he will take his considerable talents. According to Mike McAllister, we will have to wait at least three more weeks for the decision.
Clark visited Syracuse Sunday and Monday of this week. Clark will be visiting Pittsburgh this upcoming weekend, when the Panthers take on the Virginia Cavaliers. Chris will then make a return trip to Syracuse on October 24th to watch the Syracuse Orange and the Pittsburgh Panthers go head to head in the "Clark Bowl" for the Five-Star TE Chris Clark Trophy.
Clark originally committed to the Michigan Wolverines; however, he re-opened his recruiting once Brady Hoke was fired. Clark eventually wound up at UCLA. Clark was sick for the first week of training camp and reportedly was on the receiving end of some hostile treatment from UCLA coach Jim Mora, Jr. After just one game with the Bruins, Clark decided he wanted to transfer closer to his New Jersey home citing homesickness.