In a league obsessed with size, the steal of the 2012 NFL Draft could prove ultimately to be Baylor speed demon Kendall Wright, a pint-sized production machine.
With teams having a tendency to draft taller receivers, regardless of their resumes or shortcomings, small receivers such as the Pittsburgh Steelers' Mike Wallace have slipped through the cracks in previous drafts, making teams regret overlooking college production numbers.
For any team neglecting to look at the former Baylor Bear star's body of work over the past four years, they will be haunted by their lack of interest once they see the impact he will have at the next level. Though he is only 5'10", there is no denying his natural wideout ability.
He will be a home run threat every single possession he lines up on the field, and is exactly the kind of dangerous player that keeps a defense on their toes.
He has evoked comparisons to the Carolina Panthers' Steve Smith and Green Bay Packers' star Greg Jennings, two other vertically challenged wide receivers who have shined professionally.
Kendall Wright is going to be a star at the NFL level, if only for his electric playmaking ability. Here are five reasons he will shine as soon as he starts suiting up on Sundays.