After a roller coaster ride of a process, 2015 tight end Chris Clark (Avon, Connecticut) made his commitment official when he announced he has committed to UCLA over Michigan, which was broadcast live to the nation on ESPNU.
Clark is a four-star prospect and is considered by many as the nation's top tight end. The battle between the Bruins and Wolverines had really been crazy to follow over the last few weeks, but the Bruins were the ones who came out on top on signing day.
His recruitment took a lot of interesting turns prior to today's announcement. He committed to North Carolina back in March 2014 but later opened things back up and committed to Michigan in June after an unofficial visit to Ann Arbor.
He decommitted from the Wolverines following the firing of Brady Hoke and decided to open things back up until the search was over in Ann Arbor, which ultimately resulted in the hiring of Jim Harbaugh, who made Clark a top priority leading up to today.
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