It’s easy for a talented guard to get overlooked while playing alongside Kentucky commit, CamRon Fletcher, but not if you’re a 6-7 player with the size of a forward, the skill set of a guard and the mobility to defend nearly any position on the floor. And now that the word is out, the phone line is starting to blow up for the top unsigned senior in the State of Missouri, Kobe Clark. Most recently, the versatile 6-7 guard for Vashon fielded a call and was offered by Georgetown University. 

Prior to the season, Clark already held a handful of offers but has recently seen a surge in interest after his stellar performance at the prestigious City of Palms Tournament in Florida. His efforts at the event were rewarded with an appointment to the City of Palms All-Tournament Team. Clark was dynamic at City of Palms. The long athletic wing filled up the box score for points and rebounds posting a double-double in three out of four games playing for the Missouri Class 3 State Champion. 

Kobe is a versatile player with a smooth floor game. On the wing, he’s able to attack the rim, shoot from three, and deliver pinpoint passes. Because of his size and length, he can see over defenders and spread the floor with his outside shooting. He also has plenty of bounce to finish above the rim. On the defensive end, he is a vocal leader and aggressive competitor. His size, speed and mobility allow him to guard virtually every position. 

NY2LASPORTS.COM evaluators were not surprised by the uptick in interest in Clark. We have long been intrigued by Kobe after watching him in action on our platform playing with the Ramey Basketball program. Now, after posting solid back-to-back performances with the Wolverines against some of the top competition in the country, college coaches can ill afford to remain on the sidelines and are scurrying in to get a peek at the St. Louis native. 

Kobe had already earned a handful of offers from his play last season and through the summer. Early offers have come from Saint Louis, Missouri State, Louisiana-Monroe, Tulsa and Southeast Missouri State. An offer from Evansville came through in the Fall. As the season rolls on, and he continues to shine, there’s no doubt that other programs will follow suit and be in the stands looking to get involved with the surging Wolverine.