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Clark to Announce College Choice!

Banneker High's very own Ryan Clark will be announcing his college choice and signing his National Letter of Intent Friday, November 14th at 9am in the Media Center. Ryan's family and coaches (past and present) will be in attendance. This is a very proud moment for Ryan, his family, and Banneker High School.  Please join me in congratulating such great young man and his family! 


Ryan's Accomplishments

Ryan started running track at the age of 4 for Blazers track in Fulton County Parks and Rec. Some of his highlights are as follows:


2010 - Georgia Parks and Rec State Meet  - 4 medals – 2nd in the 100m, 1st in the 200m setting a new state record which still stands in Augusta GA for that age group.  Gold medals in the 4x100 and 4x400 which also set a state record.  


2011 - Middle School Champion in the 200 & 400.


2012 - AAU National Champion in the 400m – running 46.89 which was the second fastest time in the History of youth track and field for that age group.  Also anchored the winning 4x400 relay to a gold medal.


Georgia High School State Meet  - As a freshman placed second in the 400m and 5th in the 200m


2013 - Went to the United States Trials in Edwardsville, Illinois and made the USA Youth National Team.  He represented the United States in Donetsk Ukraine.  Where he won silver medals in the 400m and Swedish Medley Relay.


At the AAU Nationals Meet (Michigan) won 4 medals – 4th place 4x100 relay, Silver medal in the 200m and gold medals for first in the 400m and 4x400 relay. Georgia High School State Meet – gold medal 400m


2014 - an USATF All American by winning a gold medal in the 200m and a silver medal in the 4x100 relay in Humble Texas. 


At the Ga High School State Meet In Jefferson Ga, he was Co-Top Performer for Region 4AAAA  for 4th in the long jump, 3rd in the 200m (injured), 2nd in the 400m, 2nd as a member of the 4x100 relay and 1st as a member of the 4x400 relay.



He has been recruited by the likes of Ohio State, Kentucky, University of Florida, Mississippi State, LSU, Georgia, Texas A&M, Florida State, South Carolina , North Carolina,Texas Tech, Iowa, Tennessee, UCLA, USC , Arizona State, and Stanford.