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Tigers lead for 2014 in-state star

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Calera, Ala. 2014 athlete Ronnie Clark left Auburn on Saturday after another unofficial visit, impressed as always.
It's Clark's fourth visit to Auburn, and the Tigers remain a clear leader.
"It went good today, I'm feeling more and more comfortable with Auburn. This might be my new home, I don't know yet," Clark said. "I'm getting very close to deciding. I feel like I'm at home. Trooper (Taylor) could be like a second dad to me.
"Auburn is still my leader. Between them and Clemson, Auburn feels more like home."
The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Clark will likely visit Auburn again before his junior season begins with both parents. On Saturday, Clark didn't camp, but he did pay close attention to Auburn defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder, as the Tigers like Clark at safety or wide receiver. For Clark, position doesn't matter.
"It's good to watch coach VanGorder. I can take it to high school, what I learn. I like how they talk to you, I like their language," Clark said. "That's a guy I could play for. I don't know if they are recruiting me at receiver or safety. Whatever they need me at, I'm good to go. I could play both sides if they want it."
Clemson is the only other school other than Auburn to offer Clark. Georgia is also showing increased interest.
"I don't want to go nowhere that I don't play. I want to play right away," Clark said. "I want to go home and sit down with my parents and discuss everything."
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