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Name: Jakai Clark (Transfer from Miami)
College: Miami     Number: 53
Height: 6-3   Weight: 305
Position: C  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2024

40 Low: 5.32
   40 Time: 5.41
  40 High: 5.52

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Weight: 305

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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: 01-19-23 Transfer from Miami FL...2022: NAC...PRimington...2021: NAC...(+) Coming off April 2021 Car accident INJs...2020: NAC



 Jakai Clark, Miami, Player News

  01/23/23 - C Jakai ClarkrSr/2024, Miami, 6-3, 305 (DS#999 C) + More +

  Before the transfer window deadline closed, one last Hurricane submitted his name to the transfer portal. Starting center Jakai Clark announced Thursday he had entered the portal. "I have officially entered my name into the transfer portal," Clark wrote on his Twitter account. "Thank you to Miami for the many opportunities the have blessed me with, including getting my degree after this spring semester. I am now open to talking to other schools." Clark was a key mainstay on the Hurricanes' offensive line for most of the 2022 season. He started 10 of Miami's 12 games and played limited time in another, missing one game due to injury. - Sun Sentinel

(DS#999 C) rSr/2024 C Jakai ClarkMiami
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  01/20/23 - C Jakai ClarkrSr/2024, Miami, 6-3, 305 (DS#999 C) + More +

  College football aficionados can exhale soon enough. Wednesday is the final day for players to enter the NCAA transfer portal, before it reopens again for 15 days beginning May 1. This recent portal period began Dec. 5 and was set to end before midnight Wednesday. However, once inside the portal, players are still eligible to transfer. For the Miami Hurricanes, the recent portal period resulted in at least 19 Hurricanes with remaining eligibility entering the portal and another one, Jakai Clark, expected to transfer after he finishes his final semester and graduates in May, the Athletic reported.

Backup UM quarterback Jake Garcia was the latest Cane to enter the portal late Tuesday afternoon, leaving UM with scholarship quarterbacks Tyler Van Dyke, Jacurri Brown and new early enrollee Emory Williams. On Wednesday, UM receiver Romello Brinson, who had previously entered the portal, became the fifth player to join former UM offensive coordinator and current SMU Mustangs head coach Rhett Lashlee. The others: Fellow receiver Key'Shawn Smith, running back Jaylan Knighton and defensive linemen Elijah Roberts and Jordan Miller. - Miami Herald


(DS#999 C) rSr/2024 C Jakai ClarkMiami
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  07/24/22 - C Jakai ClarkrSr/2024, Miami, 6-3, 305 (DS#999 C) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON RIMINGTON TROPHY WATCHLIST: Jakai Clark, Miami,...A fourth-year junior, Clark has participated in 32 of 36 contests since arriving in Coral Gables in 2019. He has already logged 30 starts as a collegian, notching at least nine each season. Over the last two years, Clark's stellar blocking ability has helped Miami average a superb 444.5 yards per game. That figure includes 144.3 rushing yards and 300.2 passing per contest over the course of 23 outings. Miami is home to one Rimington Trophy recipient, as Brett Romberg claimed the elite distinction in 2002. - Miami Football

(DS#999 C) rSr/2024 C Jakai ClarkMiami
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  04/26/21 - C Jakai ClarkrSr/2024, Miami, 6-3, 305 (DS#999 C) + More +

  Another University of Miami football starter is on the mend - and is doubtful for the Sept. 4 season opener against defending national champion Alabama. The Miami Herald learned Saturday through multiple sources that Hurricanes left guard Jakai Clark, who started 22 games on the offensive line the past two seasons, was in a car accident the night of the April 17 spring game. Clark started in the spring game. Clark, listed as 6-3 and 305 pounds, had surgery earlier this week to repair the AC joint in his right shoulder and was told he would be out three to four months. A UM source confirmed that Clark was recuperating from surgery after the car accident. Likely starting in his place would be 6-5, 325-pound second-year freshman Jalen Rivers out of Jacksonville Oakleaf High, who did very well during spring practice and was battling Clark for the starting job. - Miami Herald

(DS#999 C) rSr/2024 C Jakai ClarkMiami
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