Ralphel Clark begins his second season at Georgetown in 2005 and will coach the outside linebackers after watching over the defensive secondary last year. He was a standout four-year letterman at Robert Morris from 1994-1997.
Clark comes to the Hilltop from the Maret School in Washington, DC, where he was head football coach for one season. Prior to 2003, he spent a season as an assistant at St. John's College High School, also in the District. This position followed several years as a football and basketball coach as well as mentor to teens at two local Boys' Clubs. Upon graduating from Robert Morris, Clark spent a season as assistant football coach at James Madison High School in Virginia.
In college, Coach Clark garnered numerous awards for his activities both on and off the gridiron. In 1997, The College Football Chronicle named him their "Unsung Hero All-American." He was also named the NEC/ECAC Player of the Week twice during his senior campaign, after which Robert Morris named him its Offensive Player of the Year.
Clark resides in Fort Washington, Maryland.