None of It

By Adam Caparell - February 22, 2007

INDIANAPOLIS - Don't bring any of those mock drafts around Clark Harris. The former Rutgers tight end wants nothing to do with them.

"I have no idea what is going with that," Harris said. "I'll talk to my parents or some of my family and I'll say, 'Shutup.' I don't want anything to do with them. I'm focused on what I'm doing right now. Don't even put it in my mind."

Harris has been focused on getting healthy first and watching plenty of tape on himself since the end of the season, but he's reluctant to give out a grade.

"It's hard to rate yourself," Harris said. "I've improved over the years, but you can never be too good of a blocker. I'm always trying to focus on that. Even after a workout or before, I'm trying to improve on my blocking."

Harris is still recovering from an injured foot that kept him out of the Senior Bowl. He's planning of participating in all the Combine drils this weekend, but estimates he's only at 80-85 percent.

Asked what's more fun blocking or catching passes, Harris gave an honest answer.

"When I caught my first touchdown pass in college I remember earlier in that drive Brian Leonard caught a pass in the flat and I cracked back on somebody and knocked his helmet off and knocked his ear pad out," Harris said. "I was more excited about that than my touchdown pass."

"If it comes down to it and you have a good shot at someone, I like blocking better."

Posted by Adam Caparell at 03:51 PM on February 22, 2007

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