ELF: Paris Musketeers sign Georgia high school COY Adam Clack as OC

The Paris Musketeers of the European League of Football have found their offensive coordinator in former Georgia high school coach of the year Adam Clack.

Clack joins head coach Marc Mattilioi in the French capital following a stellar run as the head coach of the Milton High School Eagles (Georgia) from 2017-2021, leading the team to a 74-24 record and claiming the school’s first-ever state championship in the highly competitive Georgia 7A ranks.

Clack led the Atlanta-based Eagles to a state title in 2018 winning state coach of the year in the process. The Eagles once again reached the state title game in 2021 before falling short to Collins High school and former 1# recruit Travis Hunter. The Eagles finished No. 41 in the High School Football America 100.

Clack spent the 2022 season coaching linebackers at the University of North Carolina Charlotte in 2022.

The successful high school coach now looks to collaborate with some of the European League of Football’s best offensive players as the ELF’s all-time leading passer Zach Edwards, along with last year’s top receiver and tight end in Kyle Sweet and Adria Botello Moreno are all Musketeers in 2023. Other French talent joining the high-powered Musketeers offense includes 2021 ELF All-Star Remi Bertellin, 2021 ELF Champion Cheikhou Sow, former GFL-All Star running back Meril Zero, and others.

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