He's definitely QB Robert Griffin III's favorite target.
However, Griffin knows how to dish the rock elsewhere, also.
Nonetheless, Baylor WR Kendall Wright has emerged as a good NFL prospect in compiling 1,572 receiving yards on 101 receptions, including 13 TDs.
Yes, the Big 12 isn't too well known for pass defense, but Griffin hasn't been throwing INTs either, and Wright's averaging more than 15 yards per reception.
Not one time this season did he catch less than six passes in a game, so it's clear that the reliable consistency is there as well.
The reason why he may drop, however, is because of his size.
Wright is only 5'10" 190 pounds and had the potential Heisman winner as his QB. Add in the Big 12's weak pass defenses, and he hasn't really been tested against tough DBs. Also, this was his breakout campaign, so more evidence of yearly consistency is needed.
One reason why Justin Blackmon and Ryan Broyles are considered better is because they dominated every year as a full-time starter, whereas Wright has just one overly dominant season on his resume.
However, Wright will definitely have an opportunity to prove himself, as any team wanting a sure-handed WR for the slot would like to have him.