El Dorado (Kan.) Butler County C.C. three-star defensive end Zac Clark recently become one of the most heavily courted defensive linemen in the nation.
But he's no longer heavily courted, because he's committed.
"I committed to Oregon about 2 hours ago," Clark, who is ranked as the No. 69 junior college player in the nation, said.
"I just thought it was a better fit and a better opportunity for me."
Clark visited Oregon on Dec. 10 and was also looking hard at Louisville, Texas A&M, Boise State. He also had offers form Arizona, N.C. State, Georgia Southern and other schools.
Clark was recently named most the defensive valuable player of the Top of the Mountain Bowl, helping Butler County win the 2008 national championship.
Clark was recruited by Oregon assistant and coach-in-waiting Chip Kelly.