UCLA target Stevie Clark, point guard from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is quickly climbing up the recruiting charts.
Clark only stands at 5’10”, but he is explosive. His game reminds me of Sacramento Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas. Clark can distribute the ball very well and he also can shoot lights out from the field. As you watch his hoop-mixtape:
Take note of how aggressive he is going to the rack. For a kid who’s 5’10, he isn’t afraid to go into the land of the giants.
Clark is currently listed as a 4-star guard, 61st nationally, 15th overall for PGs, 11th regionally and number 1 in Oklahoma. So this kid is a baller. As a point guard, it’s very important to have killer instinct and court vision. Stevie has all the tools to succeed at the next level. Being from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State is making a hard push to sway him towards their way. If UCLA offers Clark, look for Howland and co to make a big and fast push for him. With Zach LaVine already on board, adding Stevie would be a huge addition. LaVine and Clark could make-up for one of the most dynamic backcourts in the NCAA.
UCLA is always a recruiting hotspot for basketball. Howland is great at going to various parts of the Mid-West/East-Coast and nabbing top-notch talent. Not to mention grabbing local talent.
Grabbing Stevie Clark would be another step in the right direction for the future.