BATON ROUGE, La. -- How deep is the football talent in Louisiana? Consider this: Every football bowl subdivision (FBS) conference in the nation has had a least two Louisiana players sign letters of intent with its member schools for the 2013 recruiting cycle, according to the ESPN database of recruits.
Two-star outside linebacker Lyn Clark (New Orleans/O.P. Walker), a one-time Tulane verbal, is now set to join the Cardinals, according to multiple sources. Last month, when he decommitted from the Green Wave, Clark told the Times-Picayune, "I have worked real hard for three years for this.
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Lyn Clark's visit to Louisville has him thinking. "My visit went great," the linebacker from New Orleans (La.) O. Perry said. "Got to meet a lot of the guys. Got to meet with coach [Charlie] Strong and the coaches.
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Lyn Clark isn't worried about leaving Louisiana. "Very willing," the outside linebacker from New Orleans (La.) O. Perry Walker said when asked how willing he was to leave Louisiana to play college football.
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Coveted defensive end Corey Smith (New Orleans/O. Perry Walker) decided to play at home for Tulane, multiple sources report. The 6-foot-6, 240-pound prospect selected the Green Wave over multiple offers from BCS conference schools including Arkansas, Colorado and Miami (Fla.
Linebacker Lyn Clark (New Orleans/O. Perry Walker) has committed to play for his hometown school, Tulane, multiple sources report. Memphis also extended a scholarship offer to the 6-foot-2, 220-pound prospect.