2016: Athlon Sports, Lindy’s and Sporting News Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Phil Steele’s Second Team Preseason All-SBC . . . Enters senior campaign with 20 career starts all coming over his sophomore and junior seasons.
2015: First Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Missed three games early in the season and the final two of the year due to injury, but started the other eight games for an A-State team that won the Sun Belt Conference championship with an unblemished 8-0 league record . . . Clark was a force up front for A-State’s line that helped the squad break the Sun Belt record for scoring (40.0 ppg), while also ranking second in the league in total offense (438.5 ypg) and third in rushing (231.3 ypg) . . . Helped pave the way for 35 rushing touchdowns (second most in the conference) and provided pass protection for 23 touchdowns scored through the air . . . Behind Jackson and the offensive line, A-State rushed for at least 200 yards in nine games and recorded over 500 yards total offense in six outings . . . The Red Wolves’ offensive line helped lead the team to a top-50 national ranking in scoring offense (No. 12), rushing offense (No. 15), total offense (No. 37) and passing yards per completion (No. 42) . . . Second Team Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference . . . College Sports Madness Third Team Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Phil Steele’s and Athlon Sports Fourth Team Preseason All-SBC.
2014: Started all but one game (at Idaho) at left tackle, helping lead A-State to a school-record 6,194 yards total offense, averaging 476.5 yards per game that ranked 20th in the nation . . . Helped pave the way for 35 rushing touchdowns, 1,000-yard rusher Michael Gordon and three players rushing for over 100 yards in at least one game . . . Behind Clark and the offensive line, A-State averaged 216.4 rushing yards per game that ranked 25th in the nation . . . The offense scored 477 points, breaking the former school record that had stood since 1951 . . . Responsible for pass protection for an offense that ranked 39th in the nation with 260.1 yards per game through the air . . . Part of an offensive line that helped A-State post not only a school-record 764 yards total offense in the regular-season finale, but also recorded over 300 yards in every contest.
2013: Saw action as a reserve on the offensive line in 11 of 13 games, including the last 10 in a row for an A-State team ranked No. 1 in the Sun Belt Conference and No. 24 in the nation in rushing offense with over 200 yards per game . . . Helped pave the way for five different A-State players rushing for over 100 yards in a game . . . Part of offensive line that has helped lead A-State to 29.2 points per game and 407.8 yards total offense per game, which was the third highest average in Arkansas State history. . . Behind Clark and the offensive line, A-State scored 31 rushing touchdowns that were just two shy of the most in the league . . . The line helped produce a No. 2 Sun Belt ranking in red zone offense, including 35 touchdowns and only one turnover given up . . . Along with Clark, the Red Wolves’ front five have helped produce over 200 yards rushing in six games and over 400 yards total offense six times as well.
2012: Redshirted the 2012 season and participated on the scout team.
HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked as the No. 6 player in the state of Arkansas by Rivals.com, which listed him as a 3-star recruit . . . ESPN.com 3-star recruit . . . Listed as the No. 7 player in the state of Arkansas and No. 94 offensive tackle in the nation by ESPN.com . . . 3-star recruit by Scout.com ranked as the No. 95 offensive tackle in the nation by the Web site . . . Rated as the No. 5 player in the state of Arkansas by SuperPrep, which made him a 2012 SuperPrep Southwest Team selection . . . 3-star recruit by 247Sports, which lists Clark as the No. 9 prospect in the state of Arkansas and No. 79 offensive tackle in the nation . . . Three-year starter on the varsity football team at offensive tackle and defensive end . . . Arkansas Activities Association All-State selection in 2011 . . . Named to the Associated Press Arkansas Super Team as a senior . . . All-conference choice . . . Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-Arkansas Team . . . VYPE magazine All-Arkansas Team . . . Helped lead McCrory to two conference championships and one conference runner-up, three playoff appearances, two state quarterfinals and a 28-8 record . . . Also recruited by Louisiana Tech, Memphis and Kansas.
PERSONAL: Born April 3, 1994 . . . Son of Carol Clark . . . General Studies major.