Suddenly WR a position of need for Herd Football
For the second time in as many weeks, a Marshall wide receiver has declared for the NFL
6-7 redshirt sophomore Michael Clark told the Herald-Dispatch's Grant Traylor via email that he had decided to forgo his remaining two years of eligibility and test the professional market.
Clark caught 37 passes in his first year with the Thundering Herd which was good for a team-leading 632 yards and 5 touchdowns. The St. Petersburg Florida native will
Marshall also loses veteran pass catcher Justin Hunt, who tied Clark and Knight for the team lead in touchdown receptions. On top of the losses at wide receiver, the Herd also lost another potential element in its passing game when highly rated tight end recruit Pro Wells de-committed from the school.
Ryan Yurachek does return for the Herd and will be the primary target for whoever wins the quarterback battle this spring. Yurachek caught 28 passes for 298 yards and 5
Marshall's season ended 49 days ago on November 26, in a 60-6 loss to rival Western Kentucky. Many