Kenneth Clark is all set for UCLA and this past weekend during his official visit the Rialto (Calif.) Wilmer Carter defensive tackle worked on former USC pledge Kylie Fitts, who took his official with the Bruins as well.
Clark, a 6-foot-2, 275-pound four-star prospect, couldn't say if Fitts was going to end up at UCLA but was confident he had a good time and the Bruins are right in the mix for his commitment.
Fitts is expected to visit Notre Dame this weekend and then Utah right before signing day.
"I talked to Kylie a lot," Clark said.
"That's my boy. He likes UCLA, too. Stuff is hard for him right now. I don't really know what his situation is. Things are hard on him after he de-committed from SC. I know he likes it up there though."
Clark loves it at UCLA and that's why he hasn't wavered since he committed in early July.
Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Nebraska, Oregon State, Utah, Washington, Washington State and many others offered but Clark has been set on the Bruins all through his recruitment.
His visit to Westwood went excellent this past weekend and only reaffirmed his position as a strong commit leading up to signing day.
"Everything was good," Clark said. "It made me want to go there even more. I'll be starting in June and I'm really excited to get down there.
"I'm excited. In my eyes I can start. I just have to compete with the starter that was there last year. It's going to take a lot of hard work in the weight room and I just have to work for it.
"The coaches up there are genuine and everybody up there is really cool. Just to see how they did this year and how hard they played it seems like I'm coming in at a great time. I was at their spring practices last year and I could tell they were playing hard and following coach (Jim) Mora and trying to get better. I want to be a part of that."