Prior to beginning to play for the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs At Michigan, Frank Clark played collegiate football.
He was chosen for the 2013 All-Big Ten second team by the coaches, and the 2013 team received honorable mention from the media when he was a junior.
The Seattle Seahawks selected Clark in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. While playing a variety of positions for Ted Ginn Sr., the head coach at Glenville High School, in high school, Clark showed the least interest in the one Ginn believed he was most naturally suited for.
He was especially enthusiastic about playing safety. As a senior, he caught 12 receptions, including three for touchdowns, and made 70 tackles and 19 sacks on defence.
The Seattle Seahawks selected Clark with the 63rd overall pick in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
After two Super Bowl appearances, he was selected and joined the Legion of Boom defense. At the defensive end, he served as Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett’s backup throughout the 2015 campaign. Clark made 2 tackles on September 27 in the third week’s game against the Chicago Bears.
On November 29, Clark sacked a Pittsburgh Steelers player. Clark recorded two sacks on December 6 against the Minnesota Vikings. Clark contributed one sack during the 31-24 loss in the Divisional Round of the 2015–16 NFL Playoffs against the Carolina Panthers.
Where Did Frank Clark Attend College?
He played college football at Michigan.
Where Did Frank Clark Attend High School?
He went to Glenville High School.