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2015-16 Football
1 Tom Smith RB
1 Ebenezer Ogundeko DE
2 O'Shay Ackerman-Carter QB
3 David Kamara DB
4 Rodney Morris TE
5 Terrell Bonds DB
6 Hakeem Parker WR
7 Javon Brandon SS
8 Gabe Terry DE
9 Chris Sanders-McCollum WR
10 Ronald Butler QB
10 Ty Law DB
11 Vantavious Williams LB
12 Micheal Hughes QB
13 Dantwaun O'Neal WR
14 Nathaniel McGill QB
14 Trevion Duncan SS
15 Tyler Black WR
16 Quindell Cousin WR
17 Patrick Smith WR
18 Telvin Hooks RB
19 Gabe Scott CB
20 Shakur Jackson DB
21 Ezra Robinson DB
22 Lakhalon Holland DB
23 Ladarius Johnson CB
24 Bernell Brooks DB
25 Greg Harvey, Jr. DB
26 LaQuarius Cook DB
27 Erick Evans RB
28 Marcus Deanes RB
29 Andre Knox RB
30 Blair Edwards LB
31 Sebastian Kertchaval LB
32 Chris Collins LB
33 Arkeem Granger RB
34 Sterlin Leveque FB
35 Paris Wilcox DB
36 Andrew Dale DB
37 Victor Fletcher SS
38 Andrew Knox RB
39 Terence Harris II FB
40 Kevin DeWalt DE
41 Lane Clark PK/K
42 Demetro Stephens, Jr. LB
43 Mitchell Boudreaux K
44 Quintis Maddox DE
45 Dell Porter LB
46 EJ Junior, IV RB
48 Jacob Gray DE
49 Austin Rowley P
50 Joseph Johnson LB
51 Lamonte Roberts LB
52 Antonio Justice, Jr. LB
53 Justin North LB
54 Dante' Ferguson, Jr. LB
55 Robert Crawford DL
56 Aaron Woods LS
57 Lee Smith LB
58 Latrelle Lee DL
59 William Cooper LB
60 Lachavious Simmons OL
61 Tyrell Doss OL
63 Julian Robinson OL
64 Thomas Burton OL
66 Jessamen Dunker OL
67 Justin Brooks OL
68 Kevin Oliver OL
70 Chris Wallace Jr. OL
71 Shaq Anthony OL
72 Camren Jones OL
73 DeAndre Haynes OL
74 Kevin Kenton OL
75 James Lewis OL
76 Evan Clay OL
77 Duaron Williams OL
80 Mahlon Medley TE
81 Joe Bowens TE
82 Patrick Hill WR
83 Archie Dennard TE
84 Larry Haralson II WR
86 Alex Hale LS
87 Mazio Rhodes WR
88 Isaiah Jeffries-Freeman WR
89 Andrew Bather WR
90 Dinsdale Jackson DL
91 Marvin Maddox DL
92 Jason Morrow DL
93 Xavier Davis DT
94 Roc-M Nesbitt DL
96 Igor Misigaro DT
98 Myles Chalmers DT
99 Rodney Edwards DL
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Lane Clark

#41 Lane Clark

HT. 5-11
WT. 170
YR. So.

2018 HERO Sports FCS Second Team All-American
2018 Phil Steele FCS All-America Team

2018 All-OVC First Team
2017 STATS FCS Preseason All-American Team
2017 Athlon Sports Preseason All-America
2017 BOXTOROW Preseason All-American Team
2017 HBCU Gameday Preseason FCS First Team All-American Team

2017 Preseason All-OVC
2016-17 OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll
2016 Associated Press Second Team All-American

2016 HERO Sports FCS Second Team All-American
2016 STATS FCS Third Team All-American
2016 BOXTOROW First Team All-American
2016 All-OVC First Team
2015-16 OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll
2014-15 OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll

2017 - Senior Season
Scored a team high 64 points converting 13-of-18 field goals and finishing perfect on extra point attempts (25-25) in 10 games… earned a spot on the Phil Steele FCS All-America Team and the HERO Sports FCS All-America Second Team… named first team All-OVC for the second consecutive year… was named Ohio Valley Conference Specialist of the Week on three occasions (9/17, 10/1, and 11/12)… converted on a 49-yard field goal and was 3-for-3 on extra points versus Florida A&M at the Tampa Classic (9/17)… the 49-yard kick tied for the 10th longest in TSU history, matching his boot at Eastern Kentucky (10/7) and his into the wind conversion at Southeast Missouri last season (11/19/16)… kicked a last minute game-tying 51 yard field goal to finish 3-for-3 and added an extra point against Eastern Illinois during the John Merritt Classic… totaled 11 points against Southeast Missouri (11/11) going 3-for-4 on field goal attempts, including a 45-yarder, as well as the game winning 44-yard boot with just over two minutes to play; also was a perfect 2-for-2 on extra points… the point total tied for seventh all-time in a single game at TSU, equaling his efforts at Murray State in 2016, Jamin Godfrey in 2010) and Eric Benson in (2008)… posted the sixth best single game performance for the Big Blue with 12 points (2-for-2 FGs and 6-for-6 on extra points) against Virginia University Lynchburg (11/4)… ended his career as the fifth highest point scorer at TSU with 254, second in field goals made (46), fifth in extra points (109) and with nine of the 12 longest field goals in program history

2016 - Junior Season
Made 17-of-25 field goals (68.0%) and 38-of-42 extra points… Led the OVC in scoring with 89 points (second best in a single season at TSU) and 8.1 points per game… One of three players in the four levels of NCAA to kick at least four field goals of over 50 yards… Added five field goals ranging from 40–49 yards… Connected on more field goals (9) from 40-plus yards than 120 of the other 124 FCS teams attempted from same distance… North Dakota matched by attempting nine… The nine field goals from 40-plus yards were tops in FCS play, two better than three programs which tied for second (Mercer, Texas Southern and Wofford)… Had four of the five longest distances in the FCS… Set the school record for longest field goal twice on the same day… Hit from 54 yards to break a 17-year-old record against UT Martin (10/1), only to reset the record to 57 yards two quarters later… Added four extra points to end the day with 10 points scored… The kick from 57 out was the longest in OVC play in 15 years… Was named the FCS STATS National Specialist of the Week and OVC Special Teams Player of the Week… Became the first kicker to be named the Boxtorow HBCU Player of the Week… Recorded five of the Top 10 kicks in school history this season alone, including the top three, the fifth and the eighth… Named OVC Specialist of the Week for performance at Southeast Missouri (11/19), finishing eight points, including field goals from 46 and 49 yards… Notched 10 points against Tennessee Tech (11/12) with kicks from 55, 47 and 25… Matched a season high of five extra points at Austin Peay (11/5), which had been set against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/3) and against Eastern Kentucky (10/15)… Equaled output of field goals made (3) at Murray State (10/29) and versus UAPB… Scored a season high 14 points against UAPB hitting on three field goals (47, 23 and 38)… The point amount is good for third best single game performance at TSU… Converted a 52 yard field goal at Eastern Illinois (10/8)… Recorded a 44 yarder at Bethune-Cookman (9/17)… Averaged 57.1 yards per kickoff, while booting 19 touchbacks… Registered solo tackles at Southeast Missouri (11/19) and versus Jackson State (9/10)

2015 - Sophomore Season
Finished second on the team in scoring with 50 points… Converted on 26-of-29 extra points and 8-of-14 on field goals… Is one of 16 returning kickers in the country who converted on a field goal of 50 yards or more in 2015… Split the uprights for a season long of 50 yards at Nissan Stadium against Eastern Illinois (10/17) as one of a 3-for-3 performance… Strung 22 consecutive made extra points which ended on second attempt in ninth game of the season… Was 2-for-2 against Austin Peay (10/31) including a 47-yarder… Averaged 57.3 yards on 47 kickoffs for 2,692 yards including 14 touchbacks… Had one punt for 43 yards, while recording a tackle and a fumble recovery at UT Martin (10/10)

2014 - Freshman Season
Kicked in 12 games… Was 8-of-15 on field goals… Made 26-of-28 extra points… Led team with 50 points… Kicked off 62 times for 3,342 yards, a 53.9 average… Booted 12 kicks out of the end zone for touchbacks… Notched a career-long 46-yard field goal against Jackson­ville State (Oct. 11)…

Hays HS
Attended the Winter 2013 College-Prep Show­case... Was MVP of the KCKicking Camp... Won the Last Man Standing Competition, Punt Championship and Kick-Off Championship... During Clark’s junior season he made 33 of 38 PATs and was 4-4 on field goals hitting from 27 yards twice, 33 yards and 37 yards...His senior year Clark missed just one PAT making 30 of 31 and was 7-9 of FG. He converted from 28, 29, 31, 36, 37, 38, and 48 yards. His only misses in two years were from 47 and 50 yards. Clark also played wide receiver and defensive back during his senior season.

Personal: Born Dec. 26, 1995… Son of Dina and Wes Clark

Major: Biology