Top freshman tight end Chris Clark leaves UCLA program
UCLA freshman tight end Chris Clark has left the Bruin program, reports Chris Foster of The Los Angeles Times.
Clark was not in Las Vegas with the Bruins for the team's 37–3 win over UNLV on Saturday. The New Jersey-native posted a tweet Saturday saying, "feels great to be back in the 201." 201 is an area code in New Jersey.
Clark was a unanimous top-5 player at his position by the major recruiting services and the top-ranked tight end for Rivals.com. He is the second big name freshman to leave UCLA this season after receiver Cordell Broadus decided to quit football in August.