This is our Kendall Wright Scouting report. Kendall Wright is an emerging wide receiver talent who could see a significant bump in his draft stock if he can run a run fast 40 yard dash. For all of our other scouting reports go to our scouting report page.
5”10 196 pounds, 8 5/8 inch hands (really small hands), 30.5 inch arm
4.61 forty yard dash, 38.5 inch vertical jump, 121 inch broad jump, 6.93 3 cone drill, 4.18 20 yard shuttle
Fluid in Route Running
Proficient in all routes short and quick
Willing to go over middle
Very effective in both reverses as well as trick throws
Racks up the yards after the catch
4 Year Starter
Played elite competition
Has been very durable
Plays fast and makes a lot of big plays down the field
Small Size with small hands
Though extremely fast he does not have a great Yard Per Reception Average
Does not get as many yards after catch as you would expect
Is more of a Robin than Batman in the Pros
Not as fast as people thougt
Player Comparison: (A shorter, slightly slower) Mike Wallace
Round Projection: Late first Early to Mid 2nd Round.
Watching Wright play is a pleasure. He does everything well. He run precise routes and knows how to use his speed while running them. His hands are always at the ready position. He is tough over the middle. Though he doesn’t get many long plays I think it’s the system and not his lack of speed because he is a burner. Being able to be effective in short passes will allow him to become a complete WR. I think he is one of the under rated WR’s in this draft. Playing with Robert Griffin helps but this kid is the real deal. Teams that have a strong #1 and are looking to pair him with them should take him in Round 2. Teams such as Dolphins, Bills, Chargers, Buccs, Saints, and Texans.
Quick, athletic playmaker, record-setting senior receiver… Two-time All-Big 12 honoree… Three-year starter at inside receiver… All-Big 12 receiver in 2009 and 2010… Owns or shares five school receiving records, including career (194) and single-season (78 in 2010) receptions… Ranks third in career yards (2,341) and fourth in TD receptions (16)… 30 career starts, most on team… Caught at least one pass in all 37 games of career (fourth-longest streak nationally)… 10 career 100-yard receiving game tied for school record… Has career TDs by rush, pass and catch… Former member of Baylor basketball squad… Vertical leap measured at 42 inches.
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