The visit seemed to go as planned for a Florida staff that is really trying to bring in some much needed speed and athleticism among the skill positions on offense.
"I had a great visit," Clark said Sunday afternoon. "I really got to see the academic side of Florida and some great facilities."
Knowing that getting into business and the academics were so important to him, Florida made sure he understood the scope of the Warrington School of Business on campus. According to Newsweek, it is the only undergraduate program in the top 50 nationally for any of the schools Clark is still considering. He says the academics part of his decision is a "very high" factor in it all.
"The business school, I didn't realize it was as good as it was," he said.
Clark had a chance to talk with the Florida staff at great length and they made it known to him that "They love my speed and play making ability." In the end he says he is looking for the program with, "the best balance of academics and on-field success."
Clark said he is done with in-home visits. He plans to announce his final decision on Wednesday (signing day) at 9 a.m. He said the coaching staffs may know his decision, "maybe tomorrow (Monday)."