As it stated in After spending four years at Ohio State, WR James Clark will play his final college campaign at Virginia Tech, Chris Boyle of the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported last week.
As a graduate transfer, Clark will be eligible to play right away at Virginia Tech.
Ohio State announced earlier this month that Clark would graduate this spring and not return to the Buckeyes.
After arriving at Columbus as a 4-star recruit in 2013, Clark played sparingly for the Buckeyes, failing to catch a pass in his first three seasons (one of which he redshirted), before recording 6 catches for 47 yards as a fourth-year junior in 2016.
as declared in COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State announced at the start of spring football that receiver James Clark would be looking elsewhere for a graduate transfer year next season.
According to a report from The Daytona Beach News-Journal, Clark will transfer to Virginia Tech.
The plan is for Clark to get a degree in finance from Ohio State this spring, then head to Virginia Tech, where he’ll be immediately eligible to play for the Hokies.
The team also announced on the first day of spring ball that Alex Stump would be transferring.
Clark, who is orginally from Florida, is not working out with the Buckeyes this spring.
Recruiting Trail: Ex-NSB, Ohio State WR James Clark heading to Virginia Tech
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