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Alabama Offers Danny Clark’s Younger Brother


Danny Clark’s younger brother is blowing up on the national recruiting scene.

Caden Clark, a rising junior in the 2020 recruiting class, picked up an offer this week from Nick Saban.  The Kentucky quarterback’s little brother isn’t so little.  The 6’5″ 245-pounder is the No. 10 tight end in his class.

The Akron native has an offer from the University of Kentucky, but Clark told 247’s Bill Greene the offer from Alabama made his father emotional.

My dad was so happy that he started crying, and that was awesome for me. I was there a couple years ago when they were recruiting my brother (current Kentucky quarterback Danny Clark). Coach Banks (Alabama’s tight end coach) said they checked out my film and that I had everything they’re looking for, so they offered. I think I can fit in well with what they want from their tight ends.”

The three-star 2020 tight end will visit Alabama this weekend.  Clemson, West Virginia and Michigan are also high on the younger Clark’s list.  He said there’s plenty of appeal to play with his brother in Lexington, but will that be enough to beat out Alabama?  We’ll see.



Article written by Nick Roush

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

6 Comments for Alabama Offers Danny Clark’s Younger Brother

  1. deputy305
    12:20 pm July 25, 2018 Permalink

    you ask if the appeal of playing with his brother is more attractive than playing for a championship the answer is HELL NO!!

  2. dismore
    12:27 pm July 25, 2018 Permalink

    Crying?? Enjoy AL.

  3. kjd
    2:22 pm July 25, 2018 Permalink

    What have TEs done since Stoops has been here? Since Eddie Gran was hired? Gran was supposed to love using the TEs.
    He won’t be at UK.

    • Greatcatfan
      3:27 pm July 25, 2018 Permalink

      He loves using TEs alright to block every play then once in a blue moon come out and absorb double teams so a WR possibly has a chance of getting open. With better blocking and receivers catching patches on their own it will open up more touches for Conrad which may help but that’s a big if. It all comes down to if coach Smith can have the impact here he has everywhere else.

    • UoKFB PHAN
      6:26 pm July 25, 2018 Permalink

      Gran hasn’t had a QB with good enough passing skills the last two years. Lets look at the overall passing numbers at the end of the season and compare them to the previous two.

  4. jaws2
    4:15 pm July 25, 2018 Permalink

    Hey, maybe he’ll commit here and then de-commit later! At least we can say we’re competing with AL!
    After watching this offense the last 4 years and our extensive use of Conrad, why would ANY top TE come here? So they can learn how to block?