After a heated and well-documented recruitment throughout the summer, Andre Clark thought he found his final fit at Oklahoma. On Monday, the 6-foot-9 power forward from Little Rock, Ark., that he isn't so sure about his decision anymore.
Clark told Rivals.com that he has decided to re-open his recruitment and will look at other schools.
"I decided it wanted to open it back up from Oklahoma and look at some other things and get back out there on the circuit," Clark said.
"I started having some doubts and I wanted to make sure that this was something that I really wanted to do. From my knowledge, Oklahoma is still going to recruit me. And now Arkansas is coming on pretty strong. I just wanted to open it back up to see if I might find something a little more comfortable."
Clark said he decided about a week ago that he would reconsider his options. Arkansas will host him for an official visit, he said, sometime after Oct. 15. He said the Razorbacks are the only school he has thought about since his change of his heart.
"They are the only ones that I know about for now. No one knows it yet," Clark said.
Clark had a whirlwind summer, making visits to Oklahoma, Colorado, Indiana and Kentucky in a three-week span before ultimately signing with the Sooners. Clark did not qualify for the 2007 recruiting class and is spending a year at Genesis One in Mississippi before enrolling next fall in college.
"The relationship that I have with the coaches is going to be the biggest thing and how I interact with the players. Things like that," Clark said. "I want to feel really, really comfortable. I want to have no doubts in my mind about where I want to be."