- Ashburn, VAHometown
- Saint Johns College High School
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- 30Position Rank
Winter 2010-11: When she is at her best she can knock down perimeter shots or score off the dribble, but she sometimes struggles to find an offensive groove. She is a good defender and active rebounder. (Bodine)
NAIC South Carolina-Oct. 10: One of the toughest transitions for high school players as they move to the college level is the physical nature of the game. That won't be a problem this wing prospect. Physically strong and mature at 5-11, Clark almost seems to revel in mixing it up with opponents at every opportunity. She almost brings a post's offensive game out onto the perimeter. She has a power approach to her penetration that seems to have her exploiting physical contact and creating looks where other guards often shy away from the pushing and shoving. At the rim she can finish effectively even with opposing bigs rotating and finds her way to the line more than her fair share of the time. The elevation on her pull up gives her clean looks and sometimes has a little fall away to it that creates even more separation from defenders. The spot-up shot will need some attention as she still seems to step into it at times and lacks consistency. She's solid defensively and on the boards but has the tools to be an even greater impact in both areas if she puts her mind to it. (Lewis)
USJN DC-July 10: Cut and athletic with a great frame and reach. Stroke is OK but much better when she has time to spot up. Tends to step into her jumper when defenders close. There seems to be some hesitancy at times but others she's attacking. Defends aggressively and brings good speed to the floor. (Lewis)
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