As speculation grows concerning an immanent decision by Earl Clark between Villanova and Louisville, Clark has told Rivals.com that nothing has been decided yet. A decision, however, should be coming soon from the 6-foot-9, 200-pound point forward from Rahway (N.J.) High School.
"I should have a decision soon, but I haven't decided anything yet," said Clark, the No. 15 ranked prospect in the Rivals150. "I'm still talking about the decision with my family. No date has been set for a decision, but it could come any day now."
Clark did comment on the positives of his two finalists.
"I like Louisville's style of play," he said. "Coach Pitino is a strong coach, and there is a really good environment at Louisville.
"Villanova is coming off a great season and is a program on the rise. I also have a very good relationship with Coach Wright."
Clark, who averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists per game last season, has the skills to be a triple-double threat every time he steps on the court for either Villanova or Louisville.
Earl Clark scouting report:
Clark is a very good ball handler and passer for a player with his length. He is capable of playing the point guard position to the power forward position on the offensive end. Around the basket, he can score, rebound and alter shots. Can make outside shots, but that is an area of his game that could improve. Very fine and versatile prospect.