LA’Allan Clark – Grambling State

Today in recognition of Black History Month , We recognize the achievements of this Black College Football All-American.


Members of the Inaugural TAJ-Talented 10th  Black College All-American Team.

During the month of February,(Black History Month) one member of the All-American team will be featured on the website daily. Today we put the spot light on:

Grambling State’s LA’Allan Clark  : (Defensive Line) 

     #98  Junior  
      6’2″  240lbs
Baton Rouge, Louisiana  
   (Central High School) 

#1 Defense in the SWAC in Turnover Margin (1.54 PG)
#1 Rushing Defense in the SWAC (106.8 YPG)
#1  Defense with Sacks  in the SWAC (44)
#2  Scoring Defense in the SWAC (20.5 PPG)

-BOXTOROW Honorable Mention  

LA’Allan Clark was a major factor on the Defensive line that helped the Grambling State Tigers to a 11 win against 2 loss season. Clark also helped the Tigers  repeat as South Western Athletic Conference Champions and make back to back appearances in the celebration bowl.


The Baton Rouge native  came up big in the 31-20 victory over Clark-Atlanta with 4 quarterback hurries and a tackle. He followed that game with a 4 tackle performance in the  41-14 victory over Alcorn State while he garnered 2.5 tackles for loss , forced fumble and recovered a fumble.


By the end of the 2017 campaign the 6’5″ Junior amassed 11.5 Tackles for Loss of his total 30 tackles.  Clark did his part putting more than a roar into the Tigers defense with his 10 quarterback hurries and one pass breakup.Clark also garnered 8 sacks for a total of 55 yards,he forced 2 fumbles and recovered one.