Kentucky signee and one-time Ohio State commit Danny Clark showed off his altered Ohio State tattoo on Instagram.
Danny Clark, a former three-star Pro Style quarterback from Archbishop Hoban High School in Ohio, will not be playing for the Buckeyes this fall, and as a result, he’s finally decided to cover up his Ohio State tattoo.
Check it out:
Here’s what the tattoo looked like before the makeover:
Clark was offered a spot at Ohio State when he was just a freshman in high school, but things ultimately didn’t work out. Four-star dual-threat quarterback Tate Martell committed and later signed with the Buckeyes, and Clark eventually committed to Kentucky, where he’s currently enrolled.
The lesson? Never get a tattoo honoring a decision that can change on a dime, especially with something as faithless as college football recruiting.