Two catch Larks attention

Bellaire (Texas) Rivals250 wide receiver Courtney Lark has the full attention of college coaches as the 2014 season approaches. He already received offers from Baylor, Kentucky, Maryland, Nebraska, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech, and UNLV, and he is receiving interest from Texas A&M, Texas, and Ohio State.
During the summer months he attended camps at Texas A&M, Baylor, and Texas. All went well for the talented wide receiver and he enjoyed each stop.
He continues to keep an open mind to the recruiting process, but two Big 12 programs have already caught his attention.
"Well you know Texas Tech and Baylor are my first two and the rest are equal. Yeah, my top two," Lark said. "They've been staying in touch with me a lot."
There are a few aspects of each program which has his attention.
"Baylor, they've put a lot of people in the NFL and coach Briles is a nice coach and he knows what he's talking about. It's just a nice atmosphere," Lark said.
"Texas Tech, they throw the ball. They throw first and then run afterward. Then I like their coaching staff. They're very young. "
During the fall he has a few plans already on his mind.
"I'm going to try and make it to Baylor vs. SMU, and then I'm going to go to one of the Texas Tech games," Lark said.
As for Bellaire's season, the standout receiver has big plans. He wants to record over 1,000 yards receiver and helping the Cardinals make a strong playoff run.
Lark recorded 46 receptions for 649 yards and 8 touchdowns as a sophomore and earned first team all-district honors. He is currently ranked No. 132 in the 2016 Rivals250, No. 23 among the nation's 2016 receivers, and No. 12 in the Texas Initial Top 75 of 2016.