The combination of Clark and teammate Kendall Marshall was the best backcourt we saw all weekend. Clark will fit right in with the Hoyas, bringing his hardnosed style of play to the Big East. He is a little small at 62 for the two-guard spot, but he plays a lot bigger than he is. Clark is surprisingly strong and has an explosive vertical, which he used to come away with several rebounds in traffic.
While a player of Clark s athletic ability is always an asset in transition, his game is clearly tailored toward the half court set. He has a great first step, but can pull up on a dime equally as fast and knock down the mid-range jump shot consistently. When he crashed the offensive glass, Clark also seemed to have a good sense of how to score inside as well, showing off an array of head and ball fakes to get bigger players out of position. The most impressive thing to see from Clark though was how well he moves off the ball. He was able to be effective and efficient on the offensive end without dominating the possession. Clark has a nose for finding holes in the defense and for losing his man.
Clark will be a nice addition to the Hoyas next season. He has a solid basketball IQ, good range on his shot and is an explosive athlete. While his height might be somewhat of an issue, he is a playmaker that works well off his teammates. With the weapons Georgetown already has and is bringing in next season (Greg Monroe), Clark will have a lot of talent around him.