2014 NFL Draft: Michigan Wolverines defensive end Frank Clark returning to Ann Arbor

January 1,2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Michigan Wolverines defensive end Frank Clark (57) against the South Carolina Gamecocks during the second half of the 2013 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. South Carolina Gamecocks defeated the Michigan Wolverines 33-28. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan Wolverines defensive end Frank Clark had a great campaign for himself in the 2013 season. On the year, he totaled 42 tackles, 12 tackles for a loss and 4.5 sacks.

Not bad for someone that was recruited to Ann Arbor to play linebacker, but made the switch to defensive end after packing on some pounds, getting up to as high as 273 to go along with his 6-2 frame.

Because of this past season, Clark sough some feedback from the NFL Draft Advisory Board, and after seeing the results, Clark has ultimately decided that he will play one more year in the Big Ten and return for the Wolverines in 2014.

Clark didn’t go into detail about what his scouting report said, just that it was pretty much what he expected that it was going to be all along:

“Everything came back as I expected it to.”

The junior has also battled some legal issues during his time in Ann Arbor for head coach Brady Hoke, including a 2012 arrest for home invasion in which he stole a laptop.

Topics: Frank Clark, Michigan Wolverines, NFL Draft

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