Position: Outfield

DOB: December 5, 1995

Height: 6’2″ / Weight: 200

Bats: Right / Throws: Right

40-man roster: No

How acquired: Drafted (19th round, 2016)

Profile: Drafted by Milwaukee in the 19th round of the 2016 draft out of Pearl River Junior College, Clark began his collegiate career at Southeast Louisiana and many felt he was ticketed to the University of Alabama in 2017, but the Brewers were able to lure him away with a reported bonus of $125,000. Milwaukee sent him to Maryvale to begin his professional career in the AZL after his signing and he saw time at all three outfield positions there. A talented athlete, Clark has blazing speed in the outfield and on the basepaths to go along with plus power potential and a strong throwing arm. He generates impressive bat speed, but contact could prove to be an issue and the big question with Clark is if he will hit enough to take full advantage of all of his other tools.

2016: After signing with the Brewers, Clark was sent to Maryvale in the rookie Arizona League where he saw action in 30 games, batting .252 with six doubles, four triples and two home runs. He struck out 35 times while walking just eight but did manage to steal six bases in eight attempts and scored 19 runs while knocking in 16.

2017: Clark began the 2017 season in extended spring training, then joined Helena once their season got underway in June.  He hit .263 with four home runs in 30 games there before being promoted to Class-A Wisconsin.  Clark finished out the year with the Timber Rattlers, hitting .176 with three homers over his final 27 games of the year.

MPP Pre-Season Prospect Rankings
2017 (#30)