McNeese State Offers Chapel Hill’s Joseph Clark
The second and third offers are in for 2014 Chapel Hill defensive back Joseph Clark.
Chapel Hill coach Thomas Sitton confirmed to ETSN.fm Wednesday morning that McNeese State offered the Bulldogs' two-way star. Sitton also said Clark picked up an offer from Incarnate Word out of San Antonio. Both programs play at the Division I FCS level. Incarnate Word is moving up from Division II.
Clark (5-9, 175), who started at safety and played some running back on the 2011 Class 3A Division I state championship team, was previously offered by Air Force three weeks ago.
Last season, Clark started at safety and led the Bulldogs in rushing with 712 yards and six touchdowns.
Clark is part of strong nucleus returning on defense for Chapel Hill, which also welcomes back 2014 linebacker Wesley Thompson (6-2, 190), 2014 defensive back D.D. Mumphrey (6-1, 185) and 2014 defensive lineman Keith Minor (6-4, 235).