Robert Clark also captured wearing Gators gear

By Adam Silverstein
December 15, 2009

Three-star cornerback recruit Robert Clark, who had been committed to the West Virginia Mountaineers since July, recently opened up his recruitment and named the Florida Gators the second of his final two schools. Teammates at Dwyer High School with Florida commits five-star safety Matt Elam and four-star tight end Gerald Christian, Clark had the press put on him to join the Gators’ 2010 recruiting class when he visited Gainesville, FL, with Elam and Christian last weekend. Christian has been a solid commit for a while, and Elam all but signed on the dotted line over the weekend by donning a blue No. 22 Florida jersey and declaring his recruitment over. OGGOA has now uncovered a similar picture of Clark presumably from last weekend, also in the Gators locker room wearing his high school No. 4 on a blue Florida jersey. Clark plans to enroll at the university of his choosing in January for the spring semester in order to get a leg up on next season. As OGGOA reported early Monday, he has decided to officially announce his commitment decision before the Class 4A championship game on Saturday.

6 Comments

  1. Brittany says:

    He looks good in blue too, can”t wait for him to announce his decision. Hope he decides to be a Gator (and it looks like he will).

  2. Mike says:

    That’s a recruiting violation. Great job publicizing this one, guy.

  3. No, it’s not Mike. And the pictures were made public by the recruits themselves. I guess you guys up in Morgantown are just bitter that Clark is likely going to decommit. Thank you for visiting.

  4. Chris says:

    It’s a recruiting violation ONLY if their names are on it. EVERYONE does this.

  5. Gatorfan33 says:

    I like it when other team’s fans and coaches accuse UF of recruiting violations when they don’t know the rules themselves………..

  6. Mr2Bits says:

    How many DBs do we have in this class? Should we start focusing on gaps like O-line and d-line? A nice receiver or two wouldn’t hurt either

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