Former UCLA tight end Chris Clark is no longer blocked from transferring to any schools outside of the Pac-12.
Clark, who appeared in just one game with the Bruins, told ESPN that head coach Jim Mora called him on Thursday and lifted the ban on Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State.
“Coach Mora talked about it,” Clark said, “and they didn’t think it was right for them to block schools they aren’t playing next year so they aren’t blocked anymore.”
Ranked a five-star recruit in 2015, the New Jersey native is still restricted from transferring anywhere within the Pac-12 or any school that plays UCLA within the next four seasons. He told ESPN he is planning to visit North Carolina State, Pitt and Virginia, and is also interested in Maryland.