NC State is losing experienced guard Jack Clark to the transfer portal.

On Friday, reports indicated that the 6-foot-8 guard from Cheltenham, PA had entered the portal:

It’s not the first move for Clark, who played three seasons at LaSalle before transferring to NC State for the 2022-23 season. Clark is a graduate transfer who has one year of eligibility remaining due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The guard originally committed to LaSalle amidst offers from 13 other schools, including Penn State, George Mason, and Drexel.

The Wolfpack will be pressed to find a player as experienced as Clark, who played in 23 games with 17 starts for the team. Clark averaged 9.0 points and 6.9 rebounds per game while also averaging 26 minutes of playing time per game. The veteran shot 29% from 3-point range while battling a groin injury and a 6 week absence from the court.

Clark will join NC State’s Ebe Dowuona in the transfer portal. Dowuona announced his entrance into the transfer portal on Monday.