As spring football wraps up, Alabama is losing a young tight end.
On Thursday, tight end Caden Clark made the decision to enter the Transfer Portal. Clark was a 3-star recruit in Alabama’s Class of 2020. Last season in Tuscaloosa, Clark did not see any action and the with the Alabama tight end depth chart loaded again this season, Clark is looking for an opportunity elsewhere.
Clark went to high school at Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron, Ohio and prior to signing with Alabama, he held other offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, Iowa, Kentucky, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Pitt and West Virginia.
Clark becomes the 14th Alabama player to enter the portal since last season or during the off-season. All but Jaylen Moody have ended up at other schools: Marcus Banks (Mississippi State), Xavier Williams (Utah State), Pierce Quick (Georgia Tech), Jackson Bratton (UAB), Paul Tyson (Arizona State), Drew Sanders (Arkansas), Tommy Brown (Colorado), Jahleel Billingsley (Texas), King Mwikuta (Arkansas State), Shane Lee (USC), Javon Baker (Kentucky) and Camar Wheaton.