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Draft Scout LeRaven Clark News
06/01/16 - OT Le'Raven Clark became the final Colts 2016 draft pick to sign a contract with the team late last week. Clark, the team's third-round draft pick, played offensive tackle for the Red Raiders but also has some experience as an offensive guard. He will begin his Indianapolis career at offensive tackle but could end up getting a look-see at offensive guard as well.
05/25/16 - OL Le'Raven Clark signed his rookie contract with the Indianapolis Colts, who have signed all eight of their selections from the 2016 NFL Draft.
The 6-foot-5, 316-pound Clark was a third-round pick (No. 82 overall) out of Texas Tech, where he started all 51 games over his four-year career. He was a three-time All-Big 12 first-team selection while starting at left tackle the past three seasons.
Clark was rated as the No. 7 offensive tackle prospect by NFLDraftScout.com and projected as a third-round draft pick, with the Colts currently planning for Clark to begin his NFL career at guard.
12/14/15 - 2015 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Le'Raven Clark (OLoY),...Texas Tech had eight other individuals who earned All-Big 12 honorable mention honors including senior linebacker Micah Awe, freshman defensive lineman Breiden Fehoko, freshman placekicker Clayton Hatfield, freshman defensive back Jah'Shawn Johnson, senior center Jared Kaster, sophomore quarterback Patrick Mahomes II, senior defensive lineman Pete Robertson and sophomore running back Justin Stockton. - Texas Tech Football
12/14/15 - 2015 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Le'Raven Clark, Texas Tech, Sr.,...Clark earned his third consecutive All-Big 12 honor. An Outland and Rotary Lombardi Award candidate, Clark was named a preseason All-American by several publications. The senior anchor of Texas Tech's offensive line, Clark has started 50 consecutive games, the longest active streak on the team. Texas Tech currently ranks No. 1 nationally in third down conversion rate (52%) and No. 2 nationally in three offensive categories: scoring offense (46.6), total offense (594.5) and passing offense (389.7). Clark, who became Texas Tech's first offensive lineman to earn Freshman All-America honors in program history, also received consideration for the Offensive Lineman of the Year Award. - Texas Tech Football
03/12/15 - Texas Tech offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark said he did not receive a first- or second-round grade from the NFL draft advisory board this winter, which made it a simple call to stay for his senior season. The two-time AP All-Big 12 tackle had never seemed especially interested in leaving early, even beforehand. “It wasn’t too much of a decision for me,” Clark said Monday. “I kind of had in mind for the most part to come back. I didn’t really put too much thought into it. Just kind of assessed where I was going to be.”
Between last year and this year, the NFL changed the grading system for underclassmen soliciting information for early inclusion in the draft. In previous years, one of five ratings was assigned: as high as the first round, as high as the second round, as high as the third round, no potential to go in the first three rounds and no potential to be drafted. This year, the advisory board issued one of three grades: first round, second round or neither, which could be taken as a recommendation to stay in school. Now in the midst of another spring practice with the Red Raiders, the 6-foot-6, 316-pound Rockdale product says he has areas he wants to shore up. “My overall strength, for the most part,” he said. “And little technical stuff, sharpening my game. And playing hard every snap.” - Don Williams, Texas Tech football