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Danny Clark is back in the transfer portal

A former Kentucky quarterback can’t seem to find the right fit. Akron native Danny Clark is back in the transfer portal.

Clark, a long-time Ohio State commitment, originally signed with Kentucky in Jan. 2017 after winning a couple of Ohio state championships at Archbishop Hoban. The big lefty spent two seasons in Lexington as the third string quarterback before seeking greener pastures elsewhere. Clark started one season at Co-Lin Junior College in Mississippi before landing at Vanderbilt.

His one and only season with the Commodores did not last an entire season. After losing the quarterback battle to freshman Ken Seals, Clark did not appear in any of Vanderbilt’s first four games, prompting him to opt-out of the rest of the season.

Clark’s next school will be his fourth in four years. Hopefully he can finally find a place to call home.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

8 Comments for Danny Clark is back in the transfer portal



  1. blueballs80
    2:14 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    Well he is persistent so there is that.



  2. bosch8184
    2:32 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    Hey man, you might just suck at football.



  3. satcheluk
    2:41 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    He’s going to have to keep dropping tiers due to the lack of follow through. His resume would be a big negative at any Power 5 schools, but a mid-major might overlook that. Good luck to him!



  4. east-ky-boy
    2:46 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    NAIA?



  5. ClutchCargo
    2:47 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    At some point, after a few transfers, it might be time to look in the mirror.



  6. 2andToodleLoo
    3:52 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    I wonder how Ryan Lemond feels about this? Or better yet if he thinks the QBs dad is to blame.



  7. kydrummer
    3:58 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    Or change position to a running back, tight end, defensive end, depending on his size. I forgot what his size is.



  8. Ryan Lemonds Toupee
    5:06 pm January 12, 2021 Permalink

    HEAD CASE CLARK