Quinn Clark was the consensus top player in Montana while starring for Gallatin High School and Coach Hunter Chandler. He was a standout in every phase of the game earning all-state honors as a wide receiver, safety and punter.
Clark had nearly 1,800 career receiving yards according to MaxPreps with 30 touchdown catches. In his senior season, Clark was an all-state selection at wide receiver and punter and was an all-conference honoree at safety. As a junior, he was a first-team all-state selection at wide receiver and was an honorable-mention all-state performer at safety. His play helped Gallatin to the state semifinals as a junior.
As a receiver, Clark caught 43 passes for 829 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior. As a junior he had 58 receptions for 918 yards and 15 touchdowns. Clark caught four passes for 44 yards as a sophomore. On defense, Clark had 79 career tackles with six interceptions and 10 passes defended. As a punter, Clark averaged 35.6 yards per punt as a senior and 33.1 yards per punt as a junior.
Clark is ranked among the top 90 wide receivers in the country by ESPN. Quinn’s father, the late Ken Clark, was a running back at Nebraska from 1985 to 1989. Ken was a two-time All-Big Eight selection who ended his career in 1989 as Nebraska’s No. 2 all-time rusher with 3,037 yards. He went on to play three seasons in the NFL.