As expected, the Kentucky Wildcats will lose a quarterback via the transfer route.
On Tuesday, third-string signal-caller Danny Clark announced his decision to transfer from the school:
Cyberdyne Sys "Prototype 2000"-— DC (@DClarkQB) November 27, 2018
Clark, a redshirt freshman, is unlikely to see the field for the next two seasons since Terry Wilson is just a redshirt sophomore. That means Clark ‘may’ be able to win the starting job when he’s a senior, so it makes sense for him to move on and find somewhere he can compete a lot sooner.
You’ve also got Gunnar Hoak, a redshirt sophomore who was Wilson’s backup for the entire 2018 season. That means Clark could be the third-string passer for two more seasons, making it even easier for him to transfer.
Wherever Clark lands, it will be the third school he’ll have committed to dating back to high school. He initially committed to the Ohio State Buckeyes as a Class of 2017 three-star recruit. He ended up backing off that pledge and later signed with Kentucky.
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