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Clark Evans
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Clark Evans 462815
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 225
Year: Freshman
City/State: Los Alamitos, Calif.
High School: Los Alamitos
Experience: High School

AT COLORADO: This Season (Fr.)-He is projected as a quarterback his true freshman year in college.

HIGH SCHOOL-He earned high school All-America accolades from PrepStar and All-Far West Region from SuperPrep, where he is also listed as the No. 62 player from the Far West Region and is the No. 52 player from California (the No. 8 quarterback on that list).  He was one of eight quarterbacks to make the prestigious Tacoma News-Tribune's Western 100 list.  He is ranked the No. 28 quarterback by Scout.com and No. 31 quarterback by ESPN.  Rivals.com lists his as the No. 25 dual-threat quarterback and the No. 81 prospect from California coming in as the No. 8 quarterback on that list.  The Orange County Register listed him as the No. 3 recruit in Orange County.  The Sunset League most valuable player as a senior when he led Los Alamitos to the Sunset League Championship with an 8-3 record, he was also named first-team All-Sunset League and earned third-team All-State honors from Cal-Hi Sports as a senior under coach John Barnes.  As a junior, he was the Sunset League Offensive MVP and named to the All-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) team with the team compiling a 7-3 record.  He also earned first-team All-Sunset League honors as a sophomore when he became just the fifth underclassmen to start at quarterback at Los Alamitos in the last 30 years while leading the team to a 7-4 mark.  He compiled a 22-10 record as a starting quarterback.  His freshman season he played on the varsity at Santa Margarita Catholic High School.  As a senior, he completed 146-of-254 (57 percent) of his passes for 2,173 yards and 25 touchdowns with 10 interceptions.  On the ground, he carried the ball 167 times for 840 yards (5.5 per rush) and 12 touchdowns.  He also caught one pass for a loss of eight yards on a fake punt play and saw action on defense one play at defensive end but Los Alamitos gave up a touchdown on that play.   His junior season, he completed 157-of-264 passes (59 percent) for 2,118 yards with 18 touchdowns and seven interceptions.  He fell just short of 1,000 yards on the ground with 172 rushes for 952 yards (5.5 per rush) and 15 touchdowns.  In the final game of his junior season against Marina, he was pulled after the first quarter of a 56-7 win.  In that first quarter against Marina, he rushed eight times for 90 yards and a pair of touchdowns.  His sophomore season he completed 95-of-183 passes (52 percent) for 1,150 yards and 11 touchdowns with eight interceptions while rushing 124 times for 506 yards (4.1 per rush) and nine touchdowns.  For his career, he completed 398-of-697 passes (57 percent) for 5,441 yards with 64 touchdowns and 25 interceptions.  On the ground, he finished his career with 563 rushes for 2,298 yards (4.1 per rush) and 36 touchdowns.  List his top game against rival Esperanza where Los Alamitos was down 21-7 entering the fourth quarter.  After passing for a touchdown on a post route to pull within seven at 21-14 early in the fourth, Clark led the Griffins on an 80 yard drive in the final two minutes, converting on one fourth down and two third down plays before getting the ball into Esperanza territory.  At the 40, he ran for 30 yards on a quarterback draw and then threw a strike on the next play for a touchdown.  With time running out, Los Alamitos went for a two-point conversion and won the game 22-21.  He accounted for all three touchdowns in the game with 190 yards and a pair of touchdowns through the air and 131 yards and a touchdown on the ground.  Most memorable week his junior season came with two games in one week.  Because of fires in Southern California, Los Alamitos' game with Newport Harbor was played on Monday and he had 331 yards passing with three touchdowns and also rushed for 125 yards.  Four days later on Friday, he threw for 353 yards and three touchdowns and had another 41 yards rushing against Esperanza, giving him 684 yards passing with six touchdowns and 166 yards on the ground.  His best rushing performance came against Santa Monica his junior season when he had 25 rushes for 230 yards and four touchdowns on the ground and threw for another touchdown in a 34-26 win.  Against Long Beach Wilson his junior year, he rushed for five touchdowns and threw for another in a 42-20 victory.  His senior season, he threw for six touchdowns and rushed for another against Freemont in a 48-0 win and against Narbonne, he threw five touchdowns and ran for another in a 41-28 victory.  He completed 13-of-15 passes for 266 yards and four touchdowns against Marina and ran for another touchdown in a 42-7 victory his senior season.   He was also an accomplished basketball player, starting at center and lettering three times.  The team MVP as a senior, he earned first-team all-league honors in averaging 10.6 points and 6.1 rebounds per game in leading the Griffins to a 27-2 record.  He was named the most valuable player at the Irvine World News Gary Raya Classic tournament played in mid-December.  Los Alamitos went 20-7 on the court his junior season and won the Sunset League Championship while he averaged nine points and nine rebounds per game. 

ACADEMICS-He is planning on majoring in Business at Colorado.  He has made the Las Alamitos Honor Roll since the spring semester of his sophomore year.  He earned Principal's Honor Roll this past semester (requirement a 3.5 grade point average or better). 

PERSONAL-He was born on September 6, 1990 in Orange, Calif. (the day of Colorado's first victory during its national championship season, a 21-17 decision over Stanford in Boulder).  He enjoys going to the beach and playing beach volleyball recreationally and also enjoys watching any competitive sport live. 

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