Former Cat and third-string QB Danny Clark is headed to Nashville to be a Commodore.
The announcement was made via Twitter by both Vanderbilt and Clark on National Signing Day:
First anchor has dropped of the day. Welcome, Danny Clark. ⚓️⬇️@DClarkQB is a left-handed signal caller for Copiah-Lincoln who passed for 2,166 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2019.#Gold20ne | #AnchorDown pic.twitter.com/VNfZQRV7mf— Vanderbilt Football (@VandyFootball) February 5, 2020
Conan what is best in life .... To crush your enemies ... See them driven before you... and to be COMMITTED TO VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY— Danny Clark (@DClarkQB) February 5, 2020
Clark committed to Kentucky in 2016 as a three-star 2017 recruit. He was actually committed to Ohio State very early in his recruitment, but the two sides eventually decided to part ways before he ultimately became a Wildcat. He eventually decided to transfer in the fall of 2018.
After leaving Lexington, Clark transferred to Copiah-Lincoln Community College, which is located in Mississippi.
During his year there, Clark threw for 2,166 yards and 18 touchdowns before getting the opportunity to jump back into the SEC after a very successful JUCO season.
Despite being behind Terry Wilson and Gunnar Hoak in Lexington, Clark appeared in two games and rushed for a touchdown in his debut against Murray State.
We should all wish Clark nothing but the best at Vanderbilt and we will be seeing him very soon.