Le’Raven Clark was a third round pick back in 2016. He was drafted in a last-ditch effort to protect Andrew Luck from further damage by ex-GM Ryan Grigson. Unfortunately, Clark has not come close to holding up his end of the bargain since joining the Colts.
Clark has been beaten multiple times over the course of his career badly. He doesn’t move his feet well and frequently gets beaten on the outside. Not exactly the recipe for success for a tackle. He also doesn’t use his leverage well and isn’t as strong as he should be.
The Colts were forced to use Clark early last season while Anthony Castonzo was recovering from an offseason injury. That thrust Clark into the starting lineup, and even worse, into the starting left tackle position. It’s not a coincidence the Colts started 1-5 during that stretch.
Clark has been given opportunities time and time again. But now with the offensive line being the most put together it has ever been, Clark might be on his way out. That is especially true with them drafting two more offensive lineman.
If you ask me, this has been a long time coming. It’s frankly surprising that he lasted through last season on the roster. It would be shocking to see him still there on opening day. The next person on this list should be worried based on how the team drafted too.