A 6-foot-7 forward who is listed by some as a small forward, we prefer Clark as a slightly undersized but highly active four man. The fact is that he's amongst the best rebounders in his class and he was very productive and efficient for the CP3 All-Stars. He's been knocking on the door for a while and could finally be making his way into the rankings.
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Booth – a four-star recruit – chose Villanova over finalists Georgetown, Indiana and Temple. Villanova was one of the first schools to extend a scholarship offer to Booth, doing so during his sophomore season.
** Maryland didn't make the cut for Minneapolis shooting guard Rashad Vaughn, who trimmed his list to 11 schools: Arizona, Baylor, Connecticut, Georgetown, Iowa State, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, North Carolina, UCLA and UNLV.
Howard said he’s heard from almost all of the 15-plus schools that have extended offers — a list that includes Maryland, Georgetown, Florida, Ohio State, Virginia and Virginia Tech — and that none of the programs have said they will stop recruiting him.