Archbishop Hoban High School senior quarterback Danny Clark has decommitted from attending Ohio State University and joining the Buckeyes' gridiron program.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound signal caller announced his decision to reopen his college recruitment on Tuesday morning in a lengthy Twitter post.
Out of respect for coaches on OSU staff, I will not be answering any questions on this topic. Ever... pic.twitter.com/KCUR4ZzcaA— 10 Weeks (@DClarkQB) September 27, 2016
The Columbus, Ohio, native was the first verbal commit of the Buckeyes' 2017 recruiting class when he pledged to join the Scarlet and Gray immediately after receiving a scholarship offer in December of his freshman year at Massillon Washington.
Long lauded as a proficient pro-style quarterback, Clark's skill set isn't best suited for the spread offense the Buckeyes have employed during head coach Urban Meyer's tenure.
In his first season at Hoban last fall, Clark, a three-star recruit, led the Knights to the Division III state championship. Midway through the 2016 regular season, Hoban is 4-1 and ranked third in the latest Associated Press state poll.
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