Le'Raven Clark was a four-year starter at Texas Tech beginning at guard as a redshirt freshman before sliding out to left tackle for three seasons where he garnered Big 12 postseason accolades each year including first-team honors as a junior and senior.
The 6-foot-5, 316-pound lineman possesses surprising athleticism for a man his size and freakishly long arms (36 1/8") and big hands (11 7/8").
The big man is known as a quiet country guy who likes to fish and hunt when not working on his craft, but has learned to speak up and demand performance from teammates when necessary.
He excelled against bigger defensive ends such as Shawn Oakman, but struggled against small, quicker rushers such as Eric Striker. Clark was also a big part of Texas Tech's prolific rushing attack the past two seasons and was the guy the Red Raiders often ran behind in critical short yardage situations.
His versatility to play either tackle or guard at the next level puts him over the top as an NFL prospect as is another reason why RaiderPower.com sees Clark as a late second to early third round selection in the draft.