Update: According to a report, UCLA has now waived some of the transfer restrictions initially placed on Clark.
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Earlier: Four-star tight end Chris Clark left UCLA just a few weeks into his freshman season, and it appears that he's currently looking at transfer destinations. Wednesday, it was reported by both Rivals and MLive.com that he won't necessarily be able to have his pick of schools. Clark will not be able to play for Michigan, Ohio State or Michigan State on top of what are assumed to be normal transfer limitations. Clark was once committed to the Wolverines before changing his mind after Brady Hoke's firing.
He's now looking for a new home as a transfer, but Michigan won't be on the list. Clark confirmed to MLive on Wednesday that UCLA has restricted him from considering Michigan, Michigan State or Ohio State in his transfer process. Rivals.com first reported the news.
Michigan and UCLA play in 2022 and 2023, so Clark would no longer be in school when they meet. There are no series' schedules between the Bruins and either the Buckeyes nor Spartans.