Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Three-star QB prospect Danny Clark decommits from Ohio State's 2017 recruiting class.


He's Just Not That Into You

Danny Clark. Image via Eleven Warriors.


Danny Clark is an ex-Ohio State commitment. The Massillion, Ohio high school senior quarterback prospect announced his de-commitment from Ohio St. via Twitter on Tuesday.






247Sports grades Clark as as a composite three-star pro-style quarterback prospect. The recruiting site ranks Clark at no. 357 in its national composite rankings for 2017 prospects. It also ranks Clark at  no. 18 among 2017 pro-style QB prospects, and at no. 17 among 2017 prospects from the state of Ohio.

Clark attends Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron, Ohio. He stands 6'4, and weighs 223 lbs.

The loss of Clark drops the number of committed prospects of Ohio State's 2017 recruiting class down to 17. The only QB currently committed to the Buckeyes' 2017 recruiting class is Las Vegas, NV high school QB prospect Tate Martel.

(via The Spun)

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