QB Danny Clark De-commits from Ohio State Class

QB Danny Clark De-commits from Ohio State Class


Quarterback Danny Clark has separated from the Buckeyes recruiting class just as analysts suspected. They had a feeling when Tate Martell committed to Ohio State that something like that was going to happen. Their presumption manifested this week.

Clark posted a comment on his Twitter page that explained that he was de-committing from his promise to Ohio State University. He announced that he would be opening his recruitment for the first time in a long while.

The analysts never felt that Clark had the skill set that was necessary to be a quarterback. The fact that he had previously led his team to the state championship had no bearing on his overall suitability so they felt.

Martell came along and canceled his commitment that he had with Texas A&M after he visited Ohio State briefly. He then committed to OSU.

While Clark is the top 17 quarterback in the nation, Martell is rated number 2. Furthermore, Clark is only a three-star prospect.

Clark accepted and admitting that he would be better fit somewhere else as quarterback. He said he has spent a great deal of time searching for the answers in tearful prayers.

Clark said that he finally saw the writing on the wall through the tears.

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