Rutgers offers Woodrow Wilsons Amari Clark, who coach dubs top freshman in N.J.









Woodrow Wilson Camden, N.J. head coach Preston Brown has coached a lot of Power 5 talent over the past few years. So when a guys got the goods, hes able to identify it quickly. And he sees those goods in 6-1, 195-pound freshman wide receiver/defensive back/linebacker Amari Clark.

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Woodrow WilsonCamden, N.J. head coach Preston Brown has coached a lot of Power 5 talent over the past few years. So when a guys got the goods, hes able to identify it quickly. And he sees those goods in 6-1, 195-pound freshman wide receiver/defensive back/linebacker Amari Clark, who he believes will be the top player in the state by the time his high school career is done. Clark added aRutgers offer to his first offer from Baylor on Monday, and shared what his fast recruiting start means to him with NJ Advance Media.
The 14-year old Clark has flourished out the gates, helping his team as an additional play-maker on both sides of the ball. Hes already makinggame-winning plays, and his combination of size andspeed are two components of what Brown believes makes Clark elite.
Coach said all I have to do is keep working and my name will be the top ranked in 2022. He said I just have to keep doing what Im doing on the field, take care of my grades and everything will go my way, and Ill be a top player in my class and be another Under Armour All-American - the other being Stanley King player for the school, Clark revealed.
The freshman broke down what he believes separates him from many of his peers.
I would say its my vision -- I can see the field really well, said Clark. I can see the defense and read the field right. I can do anything a good player can do.

Rutgers made a good first impression on Clark when he visited the school this past summer.
That wasnt my first time seeing a college but that campus is big, he said. The whole environment made me excited about college. Everything is different, just real different in college.
Hence, Clark is elated with his Rutgers offer, althoughsurprised it wasnt the first school to offer.
That felt good. I was kind of hoping that would be my first offer since theyre so close, he said. But now that I have both, Im pretty excited to have both offers and hopefully there will be more to come.
Baylor beingfirst allowed the Waco-based school to break the seal.
I like Baylor, he said. When I heard they offered me I was pretty excited. I was so happy to get my first offer.

In addition to Baylor and Rutgers, other schools have also taken notice.
Coach Preston said it was North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Ohio State, and a couple other schools, said Clark, who dubs Ohio State his dream school.
Clark plays various roles for his high school team.
I was at safety but now they put me down at linebacker so I guess Im a linebacker now, he said. And obviously Im at receiver, too.
Although he enjoys playing both offense and defense, he prefers the offensive side of the ball.
Another two-to-three years will pass before we know whether or not coach Brown is right. But whether he becomes the top N.J. player in his class or not, Clark is on pace to become one of the most-highly recruited players in the state.
Todderick Hunt may be reached . Follow him on Twitter@TodderickHunt. Rutgers Football on Facebook.




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Woodrow Wilson Camden, N.J. head coach Preston Brown has coached a lot of Power 5 talent over the past few years. So when a guys got the goods, hes able to identify it quickly. And he sees those goods in 6-1, 195-pound freshman wide receiver/defensive back/linebacker Amari Clark.

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Woodrow WilsonCamden, N.J. head coach Preston Brown has coached a lot of Power 5 talent over the past few years. So when a guys got the goods, hes able to identify it quickly. And he sees those goods in 6-1, 195-pound freshman wide receiver/defensive back/linebacker Amari Clark, who he believes will be the top player in the state by the time his high school career is done. Clark added aRutgers offer to his first offer from Baylor on Monday, and shared what his fast recruiting start means to him with NJ Advance Media.
The 14-year old Clark has flourished out the gates, helping his team as an additional play-maker on both sides of the ball. Hes already makinggame-winning plays, and his combination of size andspeed are two components of what Brown believes makes Clark elite.
Coach said all I have to do is keep working and my name will be the top ranked in 2022. He said I just have to keep doing what Im doing on the field, take care of my grades and everything will go my way, and Ill be a top player in my class and be another Under Armour All-American - the other being Stanley King player for the school, Clark revealed.
The freshman broke down what he believes separates him from many of his peers.
I would say its my vision -- I can see the field really well, said Clark. I can see the defense and read the field right. I can do anything a good player can do.

Rutgers made a good first impression on Clark when he visited the school this past summer.
That wasnt my first time seeing a college but that campus is big, he said. The whole environment made me excited about college. Everything is different, just real different in college.
Hence, Clark is elated with his Rutgers offer, althoughsurprised it wasnt the first school to offer.
That felt good. I was kind of hoping that would be my first offer since theyre so close, he said. But now that I have both, Im pretty excited to have both offers and hopefully there will be more to come.
Baylor beingfirst allowed the Waco-based school to break the seal.
I like Baylor, he said. When I heard they offered me I was pretty excited. I was so happy to get my first offer.

In addition to Baylor and Rutgers, other schools have also taken notice.
Coach Preston said it was North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Ohio State, and a couple other schools, said Clark, who dubs Ohio State his dream school.
Clark plays various roles for his high school team.
I was at safety but now they put me down at linebacker so I guess Im a linebacker now, he said. And obviously Im at receiver, too.
Although he enjoys playing both offense and defense, he prefers the offensive side of the ball.
Another two-to-three years will pass before we know whether or not coach Brown is right. But whether he becomes the top N.J. player in his class or not, Clark is on pace to become one of the most-highly recruited players in the state.
Todderick Hunt may be reached atthunt@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter@TodderickHunt. FindNJ.com Rutgers Football on Facebook.




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