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Robert Clark has left the Louisville football team

Photo: Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Photo: Joe Robbins/Getty Images

Jeff Greer of the Courier Journal wrote that wide receiver Robert Clark has left the University of Louisville football team and transferred to Samford, which is in Birmingham, Alabama. I am not shocked that he left, because apparently he wanted to be more of “the guy” in the offense. As we know, the Cards are loaded at wide receiver. And if anyone is going to be “the guy”, it will be DeVante Parker. What surprises me is that he left LAST MONTH. In today’s society of social media, I am very surprised that this wasn’t already well-known. But now it is, and here is some of Greer’s article…

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Newsflash: Louisville Has Some Fast Football Players

Corvin Lamb

Corvin Lamb

Check out this tweet that came from Bobby Petrino’s account. If these times are right, then wow. That is just crazy. For a sport that puts so much stock into 40-yard dash times, these should make scouts (and fans) very happy for Louisville football!

The top time in this year’s NFL Combine was 4.26 set by Dri Archer, a running back from Kent State. The next best time was 4.33, so those 4.30s look pretty good! I think I am most impressed with DeVante Parker!

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Football position breakdown: Wide Receivers

Previous position breakdowns:

Quarterbacks

Today we continue the position breakdowns for the 2013 football season and focus on the Wide Receivers, which Coach Charlie Strong said at his press conference on Monday would be the strength of the offense. If you want to talk about a position with depth, this is it. So let’s go ahead and get into it.

DeVante Parker

DeVante Parker

Junior

6’3   209 lbs

A local product from Ballard High School, DeVante Parker has led the team in touchdown catches in each of his first two years as a Card. As a freshman, he played in 11 games and caught 6 touchdowns. Keep in mind this was also Teddy Bridgewater’s first season, and later in the year, Parker was often double-teamed so Bridgewater would not force it to him. He still finished with 18 catches for 291 yards.

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Football: Three 2013 commits already enrolled at UofL

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By Justin Renck:

When National Signing Day comes in February, there are always some players you wonder about. Will they really sign? What’s the hold up? Will they make it to campus? Well, we for sure don’t have to worry about that for 3 Cardinals for the class of 2013.

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