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NFL 2024 Rookie Scouting Report: Clark Barrington, OG, Baylor

Undrafted signee by Las Vegas Raiders


Height: 6’6”

Weight: 307

Arm Length: 32 ⅜ 


40-Yard Dash: N/A

10-Yard Split: N/A

3-Cone: N/A

20-Yard Shuttle: N/A

Vertical: N/A

Broad Jump: N/A

Bench Press: N/A



  • Good flexibility and core strength to stand up against bull rushes.
  • Good height and arm length for an interior offensive lineman.
  • Experience playing LG and Center. 
  • Level of play increased as the season went on.


  • Below average upper-body strength. 
  • Subpar lateral agility. 
  • Play speed is below average. 
  • Has difficulty maintaining grip once he gets hands-on.


  • Was a starter at BYU before transferring to Baylor. 
  • Played basketball, in addition to football, in high school. 
  • Was a team captain for his football team in high school. 



Beginning his career at BYU, Clark Barrington eventually decided to transfer to Waco. A two-sport athlete in high school and a captain for their football team, Barrington has the athleticism and leadership skills that set a good baseline for NFL teams to evaluate from. 

Possessing the ideal height and length for an interior NFL lineman, Clark Barrington has the size to be plugged in right away. Despite his height, Barrington has the flexibility and core strength required to stand up against bull rushes. Additionally, although he’s more suited to play as a guard, he does have experience also playing center. Lastly, Barrington’s level of play increased as the season went on. This could make the difference as to whether he’s drafted or falls to UDFA status. 

With his lean frame, Barrington has below-average upper-body strength. Additionally, he has difficulty maintaining his grip once he does get hands-on. More so, Barrington’s movement skills are overall below average. He’s a slow mover, as evident on screens, and has subpar lateral agility, as shown by how he gets exposed by rushers with an explosive first step. 

Able to hold his own in the Big 12, for the most part, Clark Barrington has a ways to go to convince teams he’s NFL capable. While teams should be attracted to his size, there’s definitely some development that will need to be undergone. 


My Two Cents

Barrington’s experience as a center and guard should entice teams to take a chance on the Baylor product. Currently, Barrington is projected to go on Day 3. While I don’t see his stock being raised during the pre-draft process, there’s still plenty of work for him to do to cement himself being selected on Day 3 versus being a UDFA.

Signed to Las Vegas Raiders as a UDFA

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