Jacob Clark

6′5″ / 210 lbs
Rockwall, TX
Rockwall High School
Class of 2019
Rating: 85

National Avg
Rating: 87.0

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Official Visit
Louisiana Lafayette
Oklahoma State
Washington State
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Staff Predictions

Name & Date
Jason Howell
on Dec 14, 2017


(1 Total)
Junior Year


1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Erick Young in the spotlight, off-the-radar prospects & more
It's Friday, so Jason Howell is sharing what's on his mind, including a bye week check-in on some Texas college teams, some well-deserved attention for future Aggie Erick Young and thoughts on a few underrated prospects Jason has his eye on.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
2018 Texas State 7-on-7 Championships preview
Talent from across the state have assembled in College Station this week for the State Championship 7-on-7 tournament at Veterans field in College Station. Jason Howell runs down the names to know and players to watch in his comprehensive preview.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
With summer now in full swing, the recruiting trail continues to heat up as recruits are trimming their lists, taking visits and making decisions about their futures. Jason Howell runs down all the latest commitments, under-the-radar prospects and more.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Saturday News and Notes - Hurst 7v7 SQT
I was out at the Blue Raider 7-on-7 SQT in Hurst this morning and I caught up with a few top talents and saw a couple of A&M commits in action. -Texas A&M was represented by two commits today with both Brock TE Baylor Cupp and Waxahachie S Demani Richardson in action. Both were impressive watched about half a game of each. In the first half of Cupp's first game he had the first reception of the game and a couple of TDs. Richardson had the big pass break-up above, and he also had an INT late in the game. -West Mesquite was in action but standout WR Dylan Wright was taking things easy today. He has been cleared but there is no need to rush him back so he is taking his time. When it comes to recruiting they continue to take their time but make no mistake coach Craig made a big impression on him on his most recent visit. He will return to College Station in early June. It also looks like he will take an unofficial visit to Georgia this summer. -Mesquite Poteet 2020 RB Seth McGowan will also visit Texas A&M in early June. He has kept in close contact with defensive backs coach Maurice Linguist who is the area recruiter and originally from Mesquite. Put him on offer watch, he's a stud. -Mesquite Poteet 2021 TE Devon Martin made the biggest highlight play I caught on camera. entered high school with a basketball offer from Georgetown and a football offer from Kansas. This spring he added Ohio State and Oklahoma to his football offer list and at 6-4, 245 it is easy to see he is a special kind of athlete. He said he has plans to camp at Oklahoma, Texas, and maybe Florida.-Rockwall was there and QB Jacob Clark continues to impress me every time I see him. Minnesota, Cal, and Iowa are three programs to watch right now, and if you ask me, he'd be a steal by one of those programs. Clark connected quite a few times with 2020 WR Jaxon Smith. Smith is another one of my personal favorites. He's a smooth route runner and a clutch performer. He plans to hit the road this summer to Stanford, Nebraska, Vanderbilt, and Colorado. -Before the tournament I had not seen much of the Kaufman Lions but I have to say they have an impressive group of guys. 2019 QB Trey Collier (6-0, 180) reports an offer from Tulsa and he can spin that ball. He is also a multi-sport standout. He is the PG on the basketball team and he clocked a 22.3 FAT 200m. Today, he put the ball in some tight windows and threw with zip and accuracy throughout the day. In addition to Tulsa he is also receiving significant interest from Houston and Baylor. 2019 DE Jalen Fields (6-6, 210) was playing TE today but I was told his more natural position is DE. He is definitely light in the seat, but he has some intriguing tools. I could see him emerging on some FBS college radars this summer as he makes his way to a few camps. 2020 S Charleston Miller (6-2, 175) was another who caught my attention. He was also on the Kaufman track team and ran about a 22.6. He is a big presence on the backend of Kaufman's defense.
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
A few thoughts from yesterday's Under Armour Camp
- Jalen Catalon had the performance of the camp. His instincts are off the charts. He is not the most technical but he sees the field unlike most and during the three-on-three session he shined at the safety spot. I've been saying it for a long time, but he reminds me a lot of Tyrann Mathieu. He's not the biggest, and he will test ok but not offer the charts. What he will do is routinely make plays that make you shake your head. He's smart and he always seems to be around the football. -Texas A&M commitment Demani Richardson looked the way I thought he would. He closed well on the ball throughout the day, and made you say things like if the pads were on that one is not a completion. I thought the same thing about Duncanville S Chris Thompson. Jeffery Carter showed off his athleticism as well. Brian Williams did not go through many drills yesterday. -S Lewis Cine was a guy I kept seeing make plays. He was knocking away passes and getting physical with guys. Next to Catalon I would say he had the top performance of the secondary guys -At QB was all about the Jacobs. By that I mean Jacob Clark and Jacob Zeno were the two who stood above the rest to me. Both spun the ball well and showed accuracy with all their throws. Recent Texas A&M offer Michael Henderson was not there. 2020s Ken Seals and Brendon Young had pretty solid outings too. - EJ Smith's footwork kept DBs guessing. He may have the best feet of the WRs and RBs in the 2020 class. He is an all-purpose guy who I could see playing both on the next level. - Seth McGowan is a bad dude. He definitely passes the eyeball test and we are talking about a kid at the top of his high school class so he is smart, smart, smart. He was also one of the top RBs in drills and one-on-one work. He's a guy I see moving up the list next time around. - Jase McClellan caught the ball well on the day and lived up to his billing. -OL Branson Bragg was big, mean, and physical, and did not lose in one-on-ones. I liked what I saw out of Argyle's OL Preston Wilson. He may move inside, but he competes at these camps. He really got after it yesterday. I thought Cedar Hill's Steve Carter also had a big day at OG. I didn't see him lose a rep either. I liked what I saw from Stacey Wilkins. He stopped his feet a few times and got caught reaching, but when he keeps those feet moving and punches he is exactly what you draw up. He's another guy with a lot of athleticism and a big frame. -On the defensive line Mansfield Legacy DT Taurean Carter caught my attention. He's an interior line prospect who I think could play in a variety of schemes. Has some nice length and strength and he worked his hands really well. DEs like De'Monte Russell, NaNa Osafo-Mensah, and Steve Carter all excelled in the pass rush drills. It was also really easy to see what Alabama and A&M both saw in Haynesville (LA) 2020 DT Camron Jackson. That is one large dude
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Career Stats

Season Cmp% Int TD Yds Att Cmp TD Yds Rush
62.7 10 29 2,937 295 185 7 125 74

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