Aaron Clark

10 - Aaron Clark

Height: 5-10
Weight: 155
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Chesapeake, Va.
High School: Virginia Beach Tallwood
Position: Point Guard
Major: Communications

"I made VWC my top choice because of the close-knit community and the family atmosphere within the basketball program."

Selected VWC over Pfeiffer University and St. Augustine College

Collegiate Accomplishments

  • TBA

Prep Accolades

  • Averaged 10.1 points, 5.2 assists, 82% free throw accuracy as a senior for a 20-6 Tallwood team
  • Helped Tallwood to the runner-up finish in the Beach District tournament and to a quarterfinalist spot in the regional tournament
  • 41-12 record as a two-year starter
  • All-Beach District honorable mention honoree as a senior
  • Editor of the school newspaper as a senior


  • Son of Debra and John Clark, both graduates of Hampton University 
  • Enjoys listening to hip hop and rap and spending vacation time in Hawaii
  • Favorites include the book "A Lesson Before Dying" and the movie "Money Talks"
  • A fan of the New Orleans Hornets' Chris Paul and actor Chris Tucker
  • Self-description in 10 words or less: "motivated, determined, love to have fun"
  • My favorite aspect of being an athlete is: "having the entire school behind you, doing the the thing you love to do."
  • The part of my game I've improved most is: "defense.:
  • My personal athletic goal at VWC is: "to become a better player and person, win multiple conference championships and win at least one national championship."
  • If I could spend one day with a famous person from any time period it would be: "Michael Jordan, because I would love to find out what it takes to the the best and how he became so motivated."
  • If I could possess one superpower it would be: "invisibility, so I can go places without people knowing I'm there."
  • People might be surprised to know: "I played the cello from sixth to 10th grade."
  • It's the year 2020 and:"I'm an anchor for SportsCenter."
  • The most important advice I've received is: "anything worth having isn't easy" -- Dad