2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about LE'RAVEN CLARK: Texas Tech, 6052 316 5.15. Four-year starter from Rockdale, TX. Started his last three years at left tackle and played right tackle as a freshman. Plays in a spread offensive scheme. Aligns in a two-point stance. A good athlete who will need next level technique work. Can pull and run to the perimeter. Elite arm length and huge catcher’s mitt-sized hands. The big tackle was named to the Big 12 All-Conference first-team three consecutive years. He started 51 straight games. A thick and powerful frame with a reach that Wilt Chamberlain could relate to. Flashes an explosive punch at times, then can wheel or turn out a pass rushing defensive end. Good patience on a twist stunt. The big man has all the raw ability to play on Sundays but moving from a spread system to an NFL based scheme, he needs to elevate his pass pro technique, lower his pad level, and not become so dependent on his huge hands. Needs to play the game with his feet. A waist bender who could barely get a hand on Noah Spence when they were matched up in one-on-one drills at the Senior Bowl. Clark has all the tools in the world to become a Pro Bowl blocker. There are probably 32 offensive line coaches wanting to have the opportunity to coach this raw talent. OSR:11/47. Third/fourth round. (A-36 1/8, H-11, BP-18, 10-1.83).