Clark has summer plans

Denton (Texas) Ryan defensive end Sekou Clark has been making the rounds to a few college camps this summer. Already holding offers from Washington State, ULM, and Tulane, the 6-3, 233-pound defender hit Oklahoma and Arizona State camps in June.
The camps were not on their campuses, but he did have the opportunity to work with both coaching staffs.
"It was good," Clark said of the Arizona State camp. "I felt a good vibe from the coaches there. I feel that could be a place I might go."
"I felt good," he said of his performance at the Oklahoma camp. "I feel like they really liked what they saw, so we'll see."
In July he plans to hit the road for a few more camps.
"I plan on going to (Texas) A&M and then Florida State invited me to theirs," Clark said. "I don't really plan doing too much there, but they just want to show me around the campus and stuff."
Clark continues to stay in touch with coaches from Washington State and ULM, and is also receiving quite a bit of attention from Nebraska.
"I talk to coach [Kaczenski] all the time," Clark said. "He invited me up there one day but I think it was the same day I was going somewhere else or something."
At this point in the recruiting process he is not naming any leaders, but he does have an idea about when he would like to decide.
"I want it to be in my senior year during the season probably, but it's just whenever I feel like it's the right decision," Clark said.