Larry Clark said he was surprised that coach Brady Hoke left San Diego State for Michigan - he thought LSU coach Les Miles was going to get the job - and now the Los Angeles (Calif.) Venice wide receiver could look at other options before National Signing Day.
"I may stay or I may go," Clark said. "I'm just thinking about it right now."
The 6-foot-3, 215-pound wide receiver had developed a strong relationship with coach Hoke and position coach LeCharls McDaniel at San Diego State.
Hearing the news about Hoke was difficult, Clark said, and that's one reason why he might look at other options moving forward. He was interviewed prior to defensive coordinator Rocky Long being named head coach.
"I was looking forward to playing for (Hoke) but things happen," Clark said.
"I thought Les Miles was going to take the job so when I heard that coach Hoke took it that surprised me. I thought he was going to stay a couple more years at San Diego State."
If Clark decides to look at other schools, Nevada would be the favorite. Clark has been talking to that staff for a while but hadn't strongly considered them until Hoke left for the Michigan job earlier this week.
Nothing is for sure yet but Clark, a three-star prospect who also lists an offer from Idaho, could look at Nevada as an option if he doesn't see himself playing for the Aztecs anymore.
"It would be Nevada as my second option," Clark said. "If I don't choose to go to San Diego State then I'd probably go to Nevada. I just started talking to them a couple months ago."