Luker, who resigned from Demopolis last week, would become the fifth coach for the Bulldogs since 2010.
Luker went 17-7 in two seasons at the helm of Demopolis including a 7-4 campaign in 2016. His Tigers made a third round playoff appearance during the 2015 season. Luker’s previous coaching stops included Neshoba Central (Miss.), Thomasville and Washington County. His coaching legacy remains intimately tied to his alma mater, Sweet Water. Luker helmed the Bulldogs from 2002-2013 and compiled a 131-32 record with five Class 1A state championships. His overall record stands at 194-78.
At Clarke County, Luker would take over for Chris Young, who was 4-6 in his lone season atop the program. The Bulldogs compete in Class 4A, Region 1.
Luker was not immediately available for comment.