4-star offensive tackle and Clemson target Clark Yarbrough from Woodberry Forest, Virginia will not announce his college decision on May 21st as previously announced.
"I've decided to push my commitment back from the original May 21st decision date to sometime in June, " Yarbrough said on Twitter. I feel the need to take some more time to think things over and maybe take a few more visits before committing. I really appreciate the support and tweets/messages from ALL of the schools. God has got a plan for me I just have to figure out what the next step of it is."
Clemson is in his top five schools along with Duke, Florida, Stanford and Virginia.
The 2016 prospect visited Clemson for the Tiger’s junior day in early March and came away impressed after spending time with the Clemson coaches as well as offensive targets Sean Pollard (Clemson commit), John Simpson and Parker Boudreaux.
He has national offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Boston College, California, Duke, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Oklahoma, Rutgers, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, UCF, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and West Virginia.
Yarbrough has very good football bloodlines - his grandfather played quarterback at Virginia, his great uncle played TE/DT at Florida and 10 years in the NFL, his uncle played at Duke, another uncle played at Florida State, and a cousin that played center at Virginia.