2018 (SOPHOMORE):Played in all 12 games for the Razorbacks in 2018, starting each of the last 11 contests on the offensive line … Appeared in the season opener, but started at left guard against Colorado State and North Texas before finishing out the year as the team’s center … Totaled 674 snaps on the line, with 366 coming in pass protection, according to Pro Football Focus … Finished fourth on the team in total snaps played, with games over 70 on five different occasions, putting up season-highs of 74 at Auburn (Sept. 22) and at home against Alabama (Oct. 6) … Began the year with an 84.7 offensive grade from PFF, including an 83.3 mark in run blocking … Racked up grades over 80.0 in pass protection twice, grading out at 84.6 against Ole Miss in Little Rock (Oct. 13) and a season-best 86.8 at Mississippi State (Nov. 17) … Almost tripled his time spent on the field from his freshman year, where he played just 230 snaps on the offensive line … Helped the Arkansas offense to 4,028 yards of total offense and 28 touchdowns, with 2,307 yards and 17 scores coming through the air.
2017 (FRESHMAN): Played in seven games overall, including starts in the first four at right guard … Saw action in 230 snaps, including 115 in pass protection … Earned a 77.6 overall grade from Pro Football Focus … Did not allow a sack on the year … Allowed only two quarterback hits and five quarterback hurries … Committed only one penalty … Credited with a 79.9 run-blocking grade by PFF … Became the first true freshman offensive lineman to start a season opener since Mitch Smothers, who started at left tackle in 2011 … vs. Florida A&M (Aug. 31): Started at right guard and allowed zero pressures on 24 pass-blocking attempts in his debut … Earned a season-high 87.4 game grade by PFF … vs. No. 23 TCU (Sept. 9): Posted his best pass-blocking grade of the year (82.3) by PFF in his second career start at right guard … Totaled 58 snaps, including 34 in pass protection … Allowed only one pressure.
HIGH SCHOOL: A three-star recruit according to 247Sports … Rated the No. 15 offensive guard in the state of Arkansas … A three-year varsity letter winner and two-year starter who helped Fayetteville High School become one of state’s top offenses … Helped Fayetteville High School to two-consecutive Class 7A state titles his junior and senior years … Served as a team captain in 2016 … Tabbed the Class 7A All-State Outstanding Offensive Lineman … Named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-Arkansas Preps first team … Earned Class 7A-West All-Conference honors in both 2015 and 2016 … Named to the KURM Radio 2016 Dream Team … Coached by Bill Blankenship … Member of USA Football’s International Federation of American Football (IFAF) Under-19 World Championships team in China … Member of the track and field team … Chose Arkansas over Cincinnati, Kansas, Tulsa, Air Force, Arkansas State and others.
PERSONAL: Born on May 7, 1999 … Son of Jennifer and Josh Clary … Has one sister, Emma … Mother, Jennifer, was a member of the swim team at John Brown University from 1995-96 … Father, Josh, played soccer at John Brown University from 1992-96 and went on to earn his master’s degree at the University of Arkansas in 2000 … Grandfather, Larry Clary, played cornerback at Arkansas A&M from 1966-70 … Aunt, Sarah Clary Rogers, played soccer at University of the Ozarks from 1996-2000 … Undecided on a major.