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Frank Clark will remain at Michigan for senior season


Michigan junior defensive end Frank Clark said he is staying in school for his senior season.

Clark (6-foot-2, 273 pounds) sought feedback from the NFL Draft Advisory Board, and he told reporters Thursday during Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl media day that, "Everything came back as I expected it to."

Clark and the Wolverines (7-5) meet Kansas State on Saturday night in the bowl matchup.

Clark is an excellent athlete still learning the nuances of playing end; he has 42 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks this season.

Clark played a multitude of positions at perennial prep power Cleveland Glenville and was recruited by most schools at either wide receiver or linebacker. He was 6-2 and 210 pounds when he signed in February 2011 with the Wolverines, who wanted him at linebacker. Clark has a high ceiling as a pass rusher, but he has had off-field issues.

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