Larry Clark has already picked up two offers and the Los Angeles Venice wide receiver/tight end hopes after a solid showing at the B2G Elite Camp and other stops this summer that more schools get involved.
The 6-foot-4, 200-pound recruit said San Diego State and Idaho have already offered him and that both programs have a chance at landing his commitment. The Aztecs could have a slightly better shot since Clark said staying close to home would be preferable.
"I went to San Diego State's camp and it seems like they really want me and they seem like a great program," Clark said. "With Idaho, I talk to the recruiting coach every week. He seems like he wants me too and the program seems really cool.
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"It feels good to be closer to home (with San Diego State). It will be good if I don't have to go that far. They all showed me love when I went to camp. I felt like I was at home. I felt comfortable there."
Idaho cannot be counted out, either. Clark said he's talked with Idaho wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Luther Carr about playing slot tight end and not specifically wide receiver. Clark said he's fine with it and that he just wants a chance to get on the field.
"Luther Carr is saying they're going to recruit me as a slot tight end at Idaho and they're not recruiting me as a receiver," Clark said. "It really doesn't matter to me. I just want to play football."
UCLA and Syracuse are also showing interest in Clark, who was one of the top receivers at the loaded B2G Elite Camp recently at Cal Lutheran.
Since he's hoping to have a big senior season - when more programs could get involved - Clark said he doesn't plan to make a decision for a few months. He said the Bruins have been in recent contact and he's hopeful an offer might be out there for him at some point.