The Good: Clark has the base to be a strong drive blocker at the NFL level. He has good toughness, strength and aggressiveness and is equally capable as both a run and pass blocker. A former competitive power lifter, Clark is extremely strong.
The Bad: He needs to get his hands on a defender early in the down due to some questionable footwork and quickness. Clark is more comfortable working in a confined area than he is out in space.
Outlook: Clark looks to be a likely late-round selection or a high-priority free agent thanks in part to his versatility and ability to slide to tackle in a pinch.
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