With offers from Arizona and Tulsa already in tow, Denton (Texas) Guyer offensive lineman Kyle Clark added another offer to his list when New Mexico State offered him officially. The big tackle prospect has some junior days on the horizon and plenty to think about regarding his college plans.
"I'm still open with everything and I haven't really narrowed anything down," Clark said. "I know that Georgia plans on coming down this Spring and watching me at my spring game. I went to the Kansas Junior Day and afterwards they asked for more film. They asked for more film and my transcript on Monday so that was good."
Clark also got a chance to take in Oklahoma State for its Junior Day as well.
"Oklahoma State was good," he said. "It was amazing all the stuff they have. All the coaches, I'm real impressed with. They seemed to be real informed and have a good idea of where they're going with the program. They've been in a bowl five of the last six seasons."
While Oklahoma State and Kansas both sit very high on Clark's list, at the moment, two schools seem to be leading for the 6-foot-5, 270-pounder.
"Texas Tech is one of the big ones that I'm hoping will offer," he said. "That's really like one of my top choices, that and Arizona."
Clark will be on the Arizona campus this weekend for its Junior Day and should continue to garner offers and options throughout the spring.