It appears Douglass star Stevie Clark may continue to don the orange and black after his high school career. The state's top basketball recruit is reportedly committing to Oklahoma State.
Sources told News 9 Clark is committing to Travis Ford's Cowboys. There was a press conference scheduled for tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 2) but we've since been told the event has been canceled. Clark's mother, Dorshell, also indicated that a decision isn't as imminent as sources indicated. She released this tweet from her account, @mothersluv4ever, shortly after rumors surfaced about his impending commitment to Oklahoma State, "Stephen will attend all scheduled visits with UCLA, BAYLOR, OSU, FLORIDA STATE hopefully this will stop the RUMORS."
Clark is a point guard at Douglass where he averaged 25 points and 11 assists last season. He led Douglass to the 4A State Championship the past three years. The 5'10, 160 pound senior is known for his shooting range. He's also been successful in the classroom. As a junior, he held a 4.0 GPA. In addition to OSU, he's also reportedly considered offers from OU, Kentucky, UCLA, and Connecticut. Clark left Douglass briefly this summer to play for a Prep School in Las Vegas but an announcement was made last week that he had returned home.
Clark is rated as a four-star point guard by Scout.com and Rivals.com.