Brian Clark joined USF Academic Enrichment Center in February 2011. He provides academic advising for members of the Bulls baseball team and coordinates USF's student-athlete development programs.
Clark comes to USF after finishing a five-year career in the National Football League, where he played for Denver Broncos, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Detroit Lions, respectively. During his NFL tenure, Clark recorded 11 receptions for 100 yards, 29 kickoff returns for 636 yards, and 72 special teams tackles.
Clark earned his bachelor's degree in parks, recreation and tourism from North Carolina State in 2006 and is currently working to earn his Masters of Science in sport management - sport administration from Liberty University.
Clark lettered in both football and track and field for the Wolfpack. As a receiver for the NC State football team, Clark recorded 78 receptions for 1,311 yards with 11 TDs in his career. He also currently holds the second-most yards per catch in a single season in school history. As a sprinter for the NC State track and field team, Clark competed in the 60m and 200m (indoor) and the 100m, 200m and 4x100m (outdoor). In his first race as a collegiate runner, Clark posted the sixth-fastest 60m time in school history.
A native of Tampa, Fla., Clark is married to his Chamberlain High School sweetheart Shawntae, they have two children Christian and Joya.