USC Men's Basketball Adds Transfer Clark|
June 26, 2013
USC has added sophomore forward Darion Clark to its men's basketball roster, it was announced today (June 26) by head coach Andy Enfield.
"Darion fits our style of play. We are excited to have him," said Enfield. "He will sit out this season, develop his skills, and have three years remaining to help take the USC program to the next level."
Clark, a 6-7, 235-pound forward, transfers to USC after one season at Charlotte where he played in 32 games, making 18 starts. He averaged 6.2 points and 4.6 rebounds in 17.6 minutes per game. Clark made 54.2 percent of his field goal attempts.
Clark posted eight games with at least seven rebounds, including a career high of 11 in his collegiate debut on Nov. 9, 2012 vs. Charleston Southern. He scored a career-best 17 points vs. Dayton on Feb. 27, 2013 and scored in double figures seven times as a freshman. Clark scored 10 points and added eight rebounds in the Great Alaska Shootout championship win vs. Northeastern on Nov. 24, 2012.
Clark is from Conyers, Ga. and attended Oak Hill Academy where he helped lead him to a 44-0 record and the nation's final No. 1 ranking in 2012.