|87 Brian Clark
In 2004: An academic All-ACC performer for 2004, he earned a 3.42 GPA for the fall semester ... In for 420 snaps last season, the highest tally for any Wolfpack wideout, even though he started just five games ... Led the team with four receptions for 55 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown, in the win over East Carolina ... The Pack's fifth-leading receiver in 2004 with 18 catches for 211 yards ... One of several married players on the Wolfpack squad ... Competed with the track team during the indoor season, he ran the sixth-fastest 60m time in school history, a 6.98.
In 2003: The Pack's fifth-leading receiver in 2003 with 28 catches for 458 yards ... Started 11 games ... Had 90-yard reception tallies in two of the last three games of the season, he had three catches for 90 yards in the overtime loss at Florida State and five grabs for that same total against Kansas in the Tangerine Bowl, including a 40-yard TD catch Pulled down a season-high six receptions in the triple-overtime loss at No. 3 Ohio State ... In for a career-high 73 snaps in that contest as well ... Named Most Dependable Wide Receiver following 2004 spring drills.
In 2002: Only freshman wideout to see action, he was in for 63 snaps and played in six games. Had two receptions for the season, against East Tennessee State and UMass ... Named the Pack's Most Improved Wide Receiver following 2003 spring practice.
Prep: Grabbed 42 passes for 755 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior for Coach Billy Turner ... Led his team to the class 5-A state championship as a senior ... Ranked Rivals100.com's 35th best wide receiver prospect in the nation ... Named all-county and all-conference as a senior ...A PrepStar honorable mention All-Southeast region ... A high school teammate of Wolfpack linebacker Oliver Hoyte ... Majoring in sports management... Born 12/26/83.
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|@ Ohio St.||73||6||73||0||23||2||19|
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