Latest Update Harbor catches six passes in win Sun Oct, 19, 10:28 PM
A consistent contact hitter who has excellent base-stealing speed and the ability to draw walks, he's also an athletic outfielder with a strong arm. Also displays the ability to hit for home-run power.
Flaws: : So far, he has yet to show enough power to be categorized as a legitimate five-tool talent. Also, he will have to prove capable of hitting quality left-handed pitching at the big-league level: the jury is still out.
With Mercedes Lewis on IR Harbor has filled in nicely as the teams starting tight end. Harbor holds some low end fantasy value and is worthy of a start if you are in need of a bye week replacement.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Harbor gave the Jaguars a bit of a scare when he popped up on the injury report with a knee injury and was limited in practice on Friday, but the issue isn't a severe one. He's listed as probable for Sunday's game and should take the field. That being said, it might not be a great idea to jump on the Clay Harbor bandwagon after his 91-yard, one touchdown performance last week. He's got as tough matchup against the Browns secondary, and the fact that he's averaging just five targets a game in an anemic offense suggests that he won't be able to build off of his nice game in Week 6. After all, he only caught three passes last week, and just three the game before. Analyst: Ben Diamond
Since Marcedes Lewis went down with an injury, Harbor has played quite well. In three games he has 14 receptions with 183 yards and a touchdown. A tight end is the security blanket for any quarterback and a tight end is often looked upon a lot by a rookie quarterback. Marcedes Lewis isn't expected back until week 12 so there is plenty of time for Harbor to be a solid streaming play in your line up.Analyst: Colby Conway
Since a nice 8-for-70 showing last week, Harbor only managed 3-for-22 in the week five loss. He will remain the number one tight end as long as Marcedes Lewis is unavailable to play, and is a serviceable option for owners in need of a tight end.Analyst: Colby Conway