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WFHS's Clark Commits to SMU!

Wichita Falls High School incoming senior wide receiver O.J. Clark has verbally committed Southern Methodist University after receiving a full-ride offer during the recent evaluation period.

Coyote offensive coordinator Brandon Doty tweeted Monday afternoon, "Big things happening at WFHS. OJ Clark just received a full ride offer from SMU. #PonyUp #YOTES"

Clark caught 58 passes for 830 yards and eleven touchdowns as a junior in 2013, helping lead Old High to the state quarterfinals, where they fell to eventual state champion Aledo.

Clark is not obligated to stay committed to SMU until he signs a Letter of Intent on National Signing Day, which will be February 4th.

Former Munday star Dee Paul originally committed to the Mustangs in 2012, before signing with Texas Tech.
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