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Malik Clark - Football - Kansas Jayhawks

Malik Clark

Position Offensive Line
Height 6'4''
Weight 320 lbs.
Class Sophomore
Hometown New Orleans, La.
High School Warren Easton HS

Career Honors: 2020: Preseason All-Big 12 Fourth Team (Athlon).

2020 (Sr.): Started all nine of the Jayhawks’ games of the season … For his KU career, a starter in 30 of the 34 games in which he played. Coastal Carolina: Started the season-opener against Coastal Carolina at left tackle … at Baylor: Made his second-straight start of the season in Waco … Oklahoma State: Earned his third-consecutive start at left tackle against the Cowboys … at West Virginia: Again in the starting lineup for the Jayhawks in Morgantown … Has now started all four of KU’s games this season … at Kansas State: Started the Dillons Sunflower Showdown in Manhattan at left tackle for the Jayhawks … Iowa State: Started his sixth-straight game of the season against the Cyclones … at Oklahoma: Earned another start in Norman, increasing his career starts to 28 out of the 32 games he has played in for the Jayhawks … TCU: The Jayhawks’ starting left tackle against the Horned Frogs, his eighth-straight start of the season … at Texas Tech: KU’s LG starter for each of the team’s nine games this fall … Did not record any stats on the day.

2019 (Jr.): Played in all of KU’s 12 games of the season … In the starting lineup for 11 of those 12 contests on the Jayhawks’ offensive line. Indiana State: Started at left guard against the Sycamores … Coastal Carolina: Again started at left guard for the Jayhawks’ offensive line vs. the Chanticleers …at Boston College: Made his third-consecutive start for the Jayhawks on the season … West Virginia: Earned his fourth start of the 2019 season, manning the left guard position …at TCU: Started at left guard for the fifth time this season against the Horned Frogs … Oklahoma: Made his sixth-consecutive start of the season for the Jayhawks at left guard … at Texas: Again started at left guard for the Jayhawks’ offensive line vs. the Longhorns … Earned four more starts in the past four games (at Iowa State, at Oklahoma State, Kansas State and Texas Tech) for the Jayhawks, making him 11/11 this season … Has yet to record any statistics this year … Baylor: Saw playing time against the Bears, but did not record any statistics and did not start for the Jayhawks for the first time this season.

2018 (RSo.): Played and started in 11 games. at Central Michigan: Made his first-career start  ... Paved the way for running back Pooka Williams Jr’s. 125-yard, two-touchdown rushing performance … Rutgers: Helped lead the KU rushing attack to 405 total yards … at Texas Tech: Helped back up senior quarterback Peyton Bender to 221 yards passing at Texas Tech … TCU: Helped lead running back Pooka Williams Jr. to 102 yards receiving against TCU … at Oklahoma: Led Pooka Williams Jr. to 252 yards rushing on the night at Oklahoma.

2017 (So.): Redshirted his second season at Kansas.

2016 (Fr.): Saw action in KU’s season-opening win over Rhode Island and at Memphis.

High School: Played at Warren Easton HS … Helped Warren Easton earn the District 9-4A championship and a state semifinal appearance where the Eagles fell to eventual Class 4A State champion Neville … Chose Kansas over offers from Mississippi State, Missouri, Arkansas State and Tulane.

Personal: Son of Arretta Campbell and Cedric Clark … Majoring in communication studies with a sociology minor.