Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 5, 2017…Started all 12 games in his one season at Marshall after sitting out 2015 due to transfer rules…Played basketball at St. Francis (Pa.) for one season (2014-15)…Finished his lone season at Marshall with starts in all 12 games as a junior in 2016…Ranked No. 3 on the team with 37 receptions and a team-high 632 yards (17.1 avg.)…Had five receiving TDs, tied for the most on the team…Registered four catches for a career-high 147 yards (36.8 avg.) and a TD at Pittsburgh (Oct. 1), the first 100-yard performance of his career…Hauled in a career-high eight passes for 122 yards (15.3 avg.) at North Texas (Oct. 8), marking his second consecutive 100-yard effort…Posted 87 yards and a TD on four receptions (21.8 avg.) at Southern Mississippi (Oct. 29)…Sat out the 2015 season due to transfer rules, but was recognized with the defensive scout team award, showcasing a player who helped prepare the defense for the upcoming opponents…Played one season (2014-15) of basketball at St. Francis (Pa.), appearing in 12 games as a reserve as a true freshman…Scored six points (0.5 points per game) and six rebounds (0.5 rebounds per game)…Added one block and two steals on the season…Studied management information systems…Graduated from Lakewood High (St. Petersburg, Fla.), lettering in basketball in his lone year at the school…Spent his sophomore and junior seasons at Boca Ciega High (Gulfport, Fla.), where he lettered in basketball two years…Lettered in basketball and football as a freshman at Tampa Catholic High (St. Petersburg, Fla.), playing wide receiver…Played Little League football with Seahawks CB Shaquill Griffin, Chargers S Rayshawn Jenkins and Patriots S David Jones…Was mentored by Louis Murphy Jr., who played wide receiver with the Oakland Raiders (2009-11), Carolina Panthers (2012), N.Y. Giants (2013) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2014-16)…Visited children in hospitals while attending Marshall and St. Francis…Single, lives in St. Petersburg, Fla. …Given name Michael Ferrer Clark; born in Salem, Mass.