Michigan Wolverine sophomore defensive end Frank Clark pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a felony charge of second-degree home invasion.
The maximum penalty that can be given to Clark when he faces sentencing on October 23rd is 15 years in prison and up to a $3,000 fine.
Although, Clark is expected to receive something closer to extended probation time as this was a first offense. Clark was in court and accepted responsibility for theft of an laptop.
Should Clark receive probation and should he successfully complete all required conditions, his conviction can be expunged from his permanent record.
Brady Hoke has stated that, “Frank Clark’s status hasn’t changed.”
Clark was held out of the first Wolverine game when the Wolverines played Alabama in the Cowboys Classic September 1st.