The Seahawks continue to churn the wide receiver position this offseason, signing former Mississippi State WR Arceto Clark to a free-agent deal. The team released DT Myles Wade to clear room on the roster.
Clark becomes the 14th receiver on the club, joining Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, Chris Harper, Stephen Williams, Phil Bates, Charly Martin, Jermaine Kearse, Brett Swain, Bryan Walters, Greg Herd, and Justin Veltung (gasps for air after saying all those in one breath) on the 90-man roster.
Clark is a shifty and undersized at 5096 and 181 pounds. At his pro day, he ran 4.58 in the 40, registered a 4.27 short shuttle, 9'02" broad, 33 vert, put up 16 reps on bench - pretty damn good for a 181 lb dude, and ran a 6.66 3-cone, which is an elite number. Clark's 6.66 3-cone would've been 5th at Combine among all positions. So, from his numbers, it would appear that he has a lot of burst (1.55 10-yard split in the 40), top-tier change of direction (3-cone) with less long-speed (4.58 40) - and he did return kicks for Mississippi State, so I imagine he'll be involved in the return game.