Name:*Michael Clark(Transfer from St. Francis PA) College:MarshallNumber: 7 Height: 6-6 Weight: 217 Position:WRPos2: Class/Draft Year:rJr/2017 40 Low: 4.46 40 Time:4.5340 High: 4.62
Projected Round:Stock:High: HPFA Low: FA Rated number 94 out of 438 WR's739 / 2751 TOTAL
Data Scout Notes: Transfer from St. Francis PA…Basketball
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12/27/17 - WR Michael Clark figures to get the most playing time of his career Sunday. Clark made his NFL debut last week and caught three passes for 36 yards.
12/26/17 - WR Michael Clark, who went undrafted last spring and spent most of the year on Green Bay's practice squad, got his first playing time against Minnesota and certainly impressed.
The 6-foot-6 Clark caught three passes for 36 yards. He also made a 19-yard diving reception in which he fully extended for a ball from Brett Hundley.
12/24/17 - WR Michael Clark, an undrafted free agent, recently was promoted from the practice squad. A former college basketball player, he played one year of football at Marshall.
08/29/17 - WR Michael Clark, a rookie free agent, has impressed all summer. The 6-foot-6 Clark is a former basketball standout at St. Francis (Pa.) who transferred to Marshall and played football for one season. Clark left Marshall after his junior year, a move that was heavily criticized after he wasn't drafted. But Clark's big training camp has made him a prime candidate to join Green Bay's practice squad.
03/09/17 - Thirteen former Marshall football players – 11 of whom departed from the program after the 2016 season – performed for 14 professional assistant coaches and scouts as the school's annual "Pro Day" on Wednesday. The Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers were represented inside the Chris Cline Athletic Complex. The B.C. Lions of the Canadian Football League were also there to put former Thundering Herd football players under a microscope. Marshall had nine players who exhausted eligibility this season perform: tight end Emanuel Byrd, receiver Justin Hunt, receiver Josh Knight, defensive lineman Joe Massaquoi, defensive back Corey Neely, defensive back Terry Richardson, offensive lineman Michael Selby, defensive lineman Gary Thompson and offensive lineman Clint Van Horn.
Receivers Michael Clark and Deon-Tay McManus were also among the Pro Day attendees. Both players opted to forgo eligibility to pursue professional football. Clark, McManus and Knight ranked in the top three on the team in catches and yardage. Clark, who measured at 6 feet and 5.5 inches on Wednesday, caught 37 passes for a team-high 632 yards and five touchdowns in his only season at Marshall. - Chuck McGill, HerdZone.com