The 6 Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses of Kendall Wright's Game

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The 6 Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses of Kendall Wright's Game
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While Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III was emerging as college football’s biggest star in the fall of 2011, his top wide receiver was emerging as a standout himself. Kendall Wright is one of the most explosive playmakers in the 2012 draft class.

Wright had a tremendous senior season at Baylor. He had 1,663 receiving yards, which ranked third nationally. His 108 receptions and 14 touchdowns both ranked sixth nationally.

Wright has many great aspects of his game that make him a top prospect for the 2012 NFL Draft, but he also has flaws that could adversely affect his draft stock. Both his strengths and weaknesses are evaluated in the slides to come.

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