San Diego WR ready to meet new coaches

San Diego Scripps Ranch three-star wide receiver Michael Clarke had been committed to Colorado before the coaching change in Boulder, and when Gary Barnett left the 6-foot, 179-pounder decided to open things back up a little bit.
But, according to his father, Randy Clarke, Colorado is still a very strong possibility.
"He's kind of waiting to hear how things play out a little bit," his father said.
"He's kind of waiting to see what happens at Colorado. He's likes the situation at Colorado, but wants to see what happens with Darian Hagan. Eric Kiesau, the coach that came over from Cal, is coming down and hasn't had a chance to talk to him yet."
Clarke is scheduled to visit Kansas State on January 13, and other teams like Nevada and maybe even the new staff at San Diego State could get involved.
"He's trying to make a decision about that visit to Kansas State (Pat Washington)," his father said. "He's not sure about that. He's had a couple of other schools come by again the other day and he's excited about him. He still talks to Dino Babers at UCLA all the time, and if things work out with numbers there could be an offer there, too."
San Diego State could also definitely become a factor, his father said.
"We're kind of waiting to hear what they want to do," Clarke said about his son. "They had a thing in the paper a while back talking about him being committed to Colorado, but now that's changed. Our high school coach went up to The Hill and talked to the coach.
"We would definitely be interested. They have great facilities."