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Deondre Clark highlights Tom Lemming's 2014 top 100

by Ryan Aber Modified: May 13, 2013 at 4:45 pm •  Published: December 19, 2012

BY RYAN ABER
raber@opubco.com

Douglass defensive end Deondre Clark is the top state player on Tom Lemming’s Top 100 list for the Class of 2014. You can view the full list here.

Clark, the younger brother of recent Oklahoma State basketball signee Stephen Clark, had 99 tackles and 22 sacks for the Trojans as a junior this year.

His offers include Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Missouri and Baylor.

Four other state prospects are also on the list: Broken Arrow’s Devon Thomas at No. 19, Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen at No. 36, Jenks safety Steven Parker at No. 58 and Jones quarterback David Cornwell at No. 68.

Thomas, who recently committed to Oklahoma State, ran for 495 yards and seven touchdowns in just seven games this season.

Hansen threw for 3,079 yards and 36 touchdowns this season and ran for 773 yards and 14 touchdowns. He has offers from Arkansas and Missouri.

Parker has offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Alabama.

Cornwell threw for 2,742 yards and 27 touchdowns for the Longhorns this season in his first season of varsity action. He also ran for 755 yards.

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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