Kenneth Clark has nine offers with the latest one coming from Nebraska but schools that haven't offered still have an abundance of time to get involved because the Rialto (Calif.) Carter standout doesn't plan to make his decision for a while.
Clark, a 6-foot-2, 275-pound prospect who played linebacker this past weekend at the IMG Madden 7-on-7 West Regional, said he wants to wait things out until National Signing Day.
It's going to be a while until the three-star makes his decision.
"I'm remaining patient," Clark said. "I'm waiting until signing day to make my decision. I'm going to wait that long.
"It shouldn't be difficult because there are a lot of good schools out there and I want to take a look at all of them."
So far, Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon State, UCLA, Washington and Washington State have offered Clark, who finished with 36 tackles and 7.5 sacks in his junior season.
Since Clark still considers it early in his recruitment, no frontrunners have emerged for the three-star prospect.
"I treat every school the same," Clark said. "I talk to them the same. I don't try to do things different ways and I don't have any favorites."
A lot more interest is coming in as well. Clark said he's hearing more from Cal, Oregon and USC and he has some trips coming up.
The three-star defensive tackle is visiting Washington this weekend and also wants to see Nebraska and Colorado soon.