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Clark hoping Coffeyville will help propel him to the next levels
CAMDEN SENIOR DARRIUS CLARK signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and football-playing pursuits at Coffeyville Community College in Kansas. Joining the former Bulldog defensive lineman at the table are, from left, his aunt, Ernestine Beaufort, his mother, Diatrich Beaufort, and his aunt, Shawana Beaufort. Standing, from left, are CHS assistant football coach Brian Kersey, CHS head football coach Jimmy Neal, Clark's brother and former Camden High football player Wanya Clark, and CHS principal, Dan Matthews.
On the same day that Camden senior Darrius Clark signed his National Football Letter of Intent (LOI) with Coffeyville Community College, 32 former Red Ravens were affixing their signatures on LOI’s with four-year college programs. Clark hopes that by playing for one of the nation’s winningest junior college programs, it will help clear his path toward a Division I scholarship and, hopefully, beyond. Before his football dreams can take shape, the 6-foot-1, 276-pound defensive tackle said he believes attending the Kansas institution will help his development both on and off the field.