Position: Wide Receiver
Height /Weight: 6-2 / 170
Hometown: Hampton, Va.
High School: Bethel HS
Major: Wildlife Conservation
At Delaware: Talented young receiver who is hoping to stay injury-free for an entire season and make big contributions to a Blue Hen receiving corps that returns senior starters Nihja White and Rob Jones • speedy receiver who should be one the Hen's top big-play threats • has the ability to make defenders miss • has tremendous work ethic on and off field • enters season projected as No. 2 wide receiver behind Jones • caught one pass for seven yards in 2012 Spring Game • hopes to be at full strength after being limited at end of 2011 season and spring drills with a hamstring injury • switched number from 84 to 21 after beginning career with 86.
2011 Season: Appeared in five games in a reserve role, seeing action vs. West Chester, Delaware State, William & Mary, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island • hauled in two catches for 16 yards • recorded one catch for 10 yards vs. West Chester and one catch for six yards vs. Massachusetts • team went 7-4 under head coach K.C. Keeler.
2010 Season: Considered one of team’s top practice players but did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS national title game under Keeler.
High School: Played wide receiver and safety for head coach Jeff Nelson at Bethel High School • two-way standout who led squads to a three-year record of 23-12 and three playoff appearances • team went 10-2 his sophomore year and advanced to the second round of the playoffs • team went 7-5 his junior year and advanced to the second round • earned second team all-district honors as a wide receiver as a senior in 2009 • three-year starter who caught 47 passes for 706 yards and nine touchdowns • caught eight passes for 68 yards and a touchdown in 2007, 18 for 117 yards and two touchdowns in 2008, and 21 for 521 yards and six touchdowns this past fall • also a standout tennis player at Bethel High School • advanced to the district match qualifier for both singles and doubles during his career • National Honor Society student.
Personal: Stephen Darnell Clark • wildlife conservation major at Delaware • would like to work at an endangered species reserve after graduation • son of Terry and Cynthia Clark • born July 14, 1992 • brother, Terry, is a senior wide receiver at NCAA III Randolph-Macon (Va.) College • also has a younger brother • has worked at National 5 & 10 in Newark during the summer.