Uncommitted Spotlight: Clark Working On Improving Speed

Bruce Hefflinger
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Uncommitted Spotlight: Clark Working On Improving Speed

Ben Clark OF / RHP / Dearborn, MI / 2019

DEARBORN - Playing basketball has not prevented Ben Clark from working on his baseball game.

“Three times a week I hit, throw and field ground balls in the outfield at school,” the Dearborn junior said. “I also go to John Vickers Xplosive Performance in Southfield to work out.”

That is where Clark hopes to improve his speed to help in the outfield.

“I really want to get faster 60 times,” the 5-11 180-pounder said. “I’m good on the base paths with reads and jumps, but I want to get my time down to 6.5, 6.7. Right now the best I have done is 6.85.

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