Former professional basketball player, Clark Kellogg is famous for his endeavors as a basketball player for the National Basketball Association. Likewise, he has worked as an American sports executive, and sports commentator. 

Clark Kellogg, former player
Caption: Clark Kellogg, former player

Clark Kellogg Siblings

Clark Kellogg was born on 2 July 1961, in Cleveland, Ohio with a birth sign Cancer. He is the son of Cleveland Kellogg (father) and Mattie Kellogg (Mother). Kellogg is of black ethnicity, having American nationality. 

His sibling brother's name is Eric Kellogg. Clark enrolled in Chambers Elementary and St. Joseph’s High School for his education. He began his basketball career in high school, then he enrolled at the Ohio state university. 

Who is Clark Kellogg's Wife? 

Clark Kellogg has been happily married to his wife Rosy Kellog. In the year 1983, he tied the wedding knot in a private wedding ceremony. The couple has been happily together for over three decades living being a married couple. 

Clark Kellogg with his wife Rosy
Caption: Clark Kellogg with his wife Rosy

Clark and Rosy together have a son and a daughter. The couple's son Nick Kellog, plays for the Paris Basketball. His daughter Talisa played volleyball at Georgia Tech University. Moreover, despite being busy, Kellogg takes care of his family.

What is Clark Kellogg's Net Worth? His Salary

Clark Kellogg has an estimated net worth of $2 Million earned from his professional career. Also, he is working as an analyst for CBS and earning an annual salary of around $400 thousand.

From his playing career with the Indian Pacers from the year 1985 to 1986, he collected a $476,000 sum of money. He owns a million-dollar mansion in Westerville, Ohio, US. He amassed multiple athletic awards and honors.

Clark Kellogg's Height

Clark Kellogg stands at a height of 6 feet and 7 inches. His hair is black with a pair of black eye colors.

College Basketball Career of Kellogg

Clark played basketball from 1979 to 1982 joining the university team. He played for the basketball team of the University from 1979 to 1982. Kellogg declared for the NBA draft in 1982.

Clark Kellogg playing basketball  for his college team
Caption: Clark Kellogg playing basketball  for his college team

Kellogg first made a name for himself playing basketball in high school. Clark went on to graduate from Ohio State University with a degree in Marketing.


According to his career, Clark Kellogg had a high school basketball career who generally regarded as the finest in Cleveland history.  In the year 1982, he excelled during his rookie season with the team. Kellogg becomes the next major NBA star. His knee problems forced him to retire in the year 1986. 

Clark began working as a basketball analyst and has since provided analysis for ESPN, Big East Sports, and the Prime Network. Not only that he is also the Vice President of Player Relations for the Indiana Pacers.

Clark Kellogg playing basketball  for his team
Caption: Clark Kellogg playing basketball  for his team

The state championship game with Columbus East brought the highlight. Kellogg also gave his best in the McDonald’s all-American and capital classic games. He played for Ohio State University, where Clark earned All-Big Ten Conference During the time period of four years i.e. from 1979 to 1982. He achieved the Most Valuable Player honor. In the same year, Kellogg received his marketing degree. In the year 2010, Ohio Gov.

Clark Kellogg reporting news
Caption: Clark Kellogg reporting news

Clark has done television analyst work for Cleveland State University, the Big East Television Network, and ESPN. Recently, Kellogg serves as a game analyst for CBS’ coverage of college basketball and also works as a studio analyst during the network’s coverage of March Madness. Clark is a former first-round draft pick of the Pacers. Kellogg retired after career averages of 18.9 points and 9.6 rebounds per game.