* Potential game-breaking shooter
* Can put the ball on the floor
* Willing and capable passer
* Good rebounder for his position
* Needs to consistently elevate at the rim
* Has to get consistent with one hard dribble and rising above defender for jumper
If a team is looking for a deep shooter with decent size, Clark could fit the bill. He's learned how to pass, which in turn has made him a more difficult cover, and he can put the ball on the floor, so he's not one-dimensional offensively.
Earned second-team All-Atlantic 10 honors after leading Duquesne in scoring. Finished seventh on the school's all-time scoring list with 1,628 points. Reached double figures in 28-of-32 games and scored 20 or more points 10 times.
16/3 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 2.5 apg, 2.0 tpg, 1.5 spg, 31.0 mpg, .463 FG, .379 3PT, .747 FT
Made five 3-pointers in a game five times, and all five were on the road (Robert Morris, Bowling Green, Pitt in the Consol Energy Center, Penn State, Dayton).
Reminds me of:
Ray Allen -- similar size and ability to score in bunches from the perimeter
What Insiders Say:
Duquesne coach Ron Everhart
"Probably his biggest attribute in terms of the NBA guys would be the fact that, in their terms, he's a dependable deep shooter. I also think they feel very strongly about the fact he's unselfish kid who's willing to make the extra pass."
What Outsiders Say:
NBA director of scouting Ryan Blake
"I watched him make five [3-pointers] in a row [in a Portsmouth Invitational game], and the first four didn't even touch the rim. He's a big-time shooter."
Chris Dortch is the editor of the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook.
|Three-point field goals: 2007-08, 40-for-128 (.313); 2008-09, 66-for-166 (.398); 2009-10, 46-for-165 (.279); 2010-11, 75-for-198 (.379). Totals: 227-for-657 (.346).|