Ohio State QB decommit taking official visit to Kentucky this weekend

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Remember Danny Clark, the 2017 quarterback that decommitted from Ohio State last week? After committing to the Buckeyes three years ago, Clark -- a diehard Ohio State fan -- parted ways with the program after they got a commitment from another quarterback and is now looking elsewhere. KSR is hearing Kentucky could be his next destination, and this weekend, Clark will be taking an official visit to Lexington. From the looks of it on Twitter, he's "stoked": https://twitter.com/DClarkQB/status/784432874619625473 Kentucky offered Clark a scholarship during his sophomore year and now, could be in the driver's seat to land him. He's considered the 18th best pro-style quarterback in the 2017 class by 247 Sports Composite and a four-star prospect by ESPN. Last season, he went 140-272 for 2,405 yards and 23 touchdowns for Archbishop Hoban High School, leading them to the Ohio state championship. Kentucky already has a commitment from Lafayette dual threat quarterback Walker Wood in the 2017 class, but this could be a nice addition, especially after Mac Jones flipped to Alabama. Enjoy yourself, Danny. After watching your highlights, I'm willing to overlook that giant Ohio State tattoo on your arm:

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