Not many players in the country have had a more interesting start to their senior year than four-star point guard Stevie Clark.
After winning state championships during each of his first three years at Oklahoma City Douglass, the 5-foot-10 scoring machine transferred to Las Vegas (Nev.) Quest Academy for his senior year. Then, after some time there, it was back to Douglass.
After arriving back at Douglass, Clark had looked heavily into graduating a semester early and enrolling in college for the second semester. Now he's back with the basketball team and will graduate at his normally scheduled time.
So, up next for Clark is to make a college choice. His mother, Dorshell Clark-Billbury, spoke with Rivals.com on Tuesday and indicated that she was unsure what her son wanted to do. After checking with him again on Wednesday, she sent a text message indicating that Clark was unsure what to do and that a decision would likely take time.
"Stephen advised me that he isn't ready to make a decision," texted Clark-Billbury.
Looking at Clark's recruitment, he's taken official visits to Baylor, Florida State, Oklahoma State and UCLA. After those visits, sources close to the ins and outs of the recruitment have indicated that they feel it's a close race between the Cowboys and Bears.
However, with Clark taking more time to make a decision, it opens the door for other programs like Missouri to make a run at him. There's also been interest from Texas, Kansas and many others.
Bottom line, it looks as if Clark's recruitment will be one to follow throughout the winter. Rivals.com will see Clark play Thanksgiving weekend, and getting an update directly from him will be a priority.
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