As a freshman in high school, Danny Clark committed to his home state school Ohio State. As Clark matured, it became apparent that Clark was going to be more of a pro-style quarterback than dual-threat quarterback, and Ohio State began looking other places--stringing Clark along in the process. After the commitment of a higher rated dual-threat QB, Clark remained strong in his commitment. After Ohio State cut off active communication with him, Clark remained strong in his commitment. When Ohio State fans and coaches labeled him a middling, pedestrian "project", Clark remained strong in his commitment. Only when Ohio State coaches made it very clear to him that he would never see the field as a quarterback did Clark begin to look for other suitors. When he announced that he was decommiting from Ohio State, he wrote a letter to OSU fans apologizing for not being good enough. Think about that for a moment. In an era where sleazy coaches play games with kids' lives and fickle children want to use one school as an insurance policy while waiting for better offers, it's nice to know that there are kids on UK's roster that value loyalty and commitment. Clark may not take the reins of UK's offense next year, or even two years from now, but any team with guys like him on the roster is worth rooting for.