On Wednesday, Tech head coach Skip Holtz and new star recruiter Jabbar Juluke visited Clark on the West Bank of New Orleans.
"I had a great time with Coach Juluke," said Clark, whose O.P. Walker team was fierce rivals with Juluke's Karr Cougars. "We talked about memories of Karr/Walker games. We came from the same project in New Orleans, and our (life) stories are so similar. I think highly of Coach Juluke.
"Coach Skip talked about the school, the educational part, and how they have the quarter system, which is great. He said the recruiting process is my process, and I should make the right decision for me. That stuck out to me. I think he's a great guy."
Louisville head coach Charlie Strong and recruiter Kenny Carter scored points with Clark this evening.
"Coach Strong is huge muscular-wise and looks like he could still play football," Clark said. "He wants me to play mike linebacker. He said I'm too fast to put at sam linebacker, and that I need to play in space.
"We had a great talk about Louisville. He said I will get my degree, no ifs, ands or buts, if I come to Louisville. We also talked about their big Sugar Bowl win. I'm looking forward to visiting and learning more."
Clark expects to depart for Ruston tomorrow at 2:30 P.M. for his official visit with Tech.
He was committed to Tulane for many months until reconsidering last Sunday.