If the last few weeks have produced anything for Stevie Clark, they've produced plenty of change.
After lighting it up for three years at Oklahoma City (Okla.) Douglass, the 5-foot-10 point guard transferred to Las Vegas (Nev.) Quest to begin his senior year. After some time there, the No. 93 player in the country decided it was time to come back home.
Over the weekend, Clark visited Oklahoma State and had set a Tuesday announcement to reveal his college choice. Now, he'll be taking four official visits instead of announcing what looked to be a commitment to the Cowboys.
Clark's mother, Dorshell Clark, told Rivals.com that her son has a top four of the Cowboys, Florida State, Baylor and UCLA. He will use the next four weekends to visit all of them officially.
First up for Clark will be a visit to Westwood to check out Ben Howland and the Bruins this weekend. He'll hit Baylor next weekend and then finish things off with stops at OSU and Florida State over the last two weekends of October.
One of the most prolific scorers in the land, Clark has tremendous quickness and plays with loads of confidence. His decision should be coming by early to mid-November.