Most 6-feet tall women usually are. Her blonde hair makes her stand out even more.
She gets it even more now.
People across the country are wondering who the tall blonde woman is standing on the sidelines during national telecasts of Florida Tuskers games on Versus and HDNet networks.
"Yeah, I've had people texting me, 'Who's the hot blonde,' jeesh," says Florida Tuskers head coach Jim Haslett, for whom Clarke works as an administrative assistant.
They even call her the GM, as in general manager. She does a little bit of everything for the first-year United Football League team.
"First of all, she's just a great person," said Tuskers defensive back Dexter Jackson, the former Bucs Super Bowl MVP who gave her the GM moniker. "She has great character and understands her business role here, but she also enjoys it, has fun and relates to the guys very well. She does a great job for us.
"We treat her like a sister, actually. She'll go get things for us, looks out for us ... and of course, she brings us the checks."
"I like to call myself the assistant to the coach," Clarke said. "They said something about me being administrative assistant, but that sounds like a secretary."
She does that too. Typing, making copies, arranging doctor appointments, arranging travel itineraries, ordering supplies, and media relations. That's all off the field, of course.
On the field, she helps keep practice organized, holds up the dry-erase board after marking up the next offensive play during practice, acts as a stand-in on scout-team walk-throughs, and even fields punts for Tuskers' punter Todd Sauerbrun.
"I catch them after they bounce. I don't want to break a finger," she said. "I do get a little nervous when we do our walk-throughs because it's not really a 'walk-through' since players are running at me full-speed and they are kind of large. I just close my eyes and hope and pray they don't run into me."
Then there are the games. That's where she's gained her fame. People have called the networks asking who she is, what she's doing standing there on the sidelines, so involved in a "man's game."
The quick assumption most people have is that she's a trainer.
"I'm not a trainer in the least bit," Carke said. "I can put a Band-aid on if you are bleeding, but I hate blood. I'm tough but some stuff still grosses me out."
"People just aren't used to seeing women on staff, so apparently that's probably why everyone is so interested in knowing who I am and what I do."
Clarke charts the offensive plays during games for Tuskers' offensive coordinator Jay Gruden.
"She was going to be an intern for us with the Predators," said Gruden, the former Arena Football League coach of the Orlando Predators. "Then the league went under, so that was it.