Mark Clayton
WR | (5'10", 193, 4.43) | Oklahoma

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Selected by: Baltimore Ravens
Round: 1
Pick (Overall): 22(22)
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(WR) Mark Clayton - Oklahoma
(WR) Mark Clayton - Oklahoma
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Overall: Clayton redshirted in 2000 and has been a starting wide receiver for the Sooners since his redshirt freshman season in '01. As a junior in '03, Clayton broke several single-season and career records with 83 receptions for 1,425 yards and 15 touchdowns. His production wasn't been as awe-dropping as a senior in '04 (62 receptions for 855 yards) but that mostly was a result of the Sooners showing much more balance with the running game. Clayton's lack of size will always limit him, but he still has the potential to develop into a very good starting wide receiver in the NFL. In many ways he reminds us of a cross between Steve Smith (Panthers) and Peter Warrick (Bengals). His quickness, lateral movement skills, speed, body control and hands are what make him such a dangerous receiver as a route runner and after the catch. Clayton was absolutely dominant throughout ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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