Wright, who began his Commodores career working out of the bullpen in 2015, has developed into one of the top collegiate starters in the country over the past two years.
The 21-year-old right-hander posted a 3.09 ERA with 107 strikeouts in 93.1 innings across 16 starts during the 2016 campaign. He's backed up those rock-solid numbers with a 3.40 ERA and 121 strikeouts in 103.1 innings in 2017.
With those numbers, here's how social media reacted to the Braves adding Wright:
His repertoire is still in the developmental stages. He possesses two plus pitches, a fastball that can touch the upper-90s and a put-away curveball. His other offerings are still a work progress, however, which is why Vandy was smart to ease him into college ball as a reliever.
Although Wright's slider has shown the most promise among his secondary pitches, the improvement of his changeup will be more important in determining whether he becomes a top-tier starter. That will be the main focus during his journey through the minor leagues.
That said, when you combine his current ability with his remaining upside, it's easy to see why he was viewed as one of the draft class' top prospects.
Josh Bertaccini of KQSM provided high praise about the starter from Arkansas head coach Dave Van Horn in May.
"I don't think I've ever seen a better college arm than Vanderbilt's Kyle Wright and I've been doing this for 30 years," Van Horn said. "He's tremendous."
Those comments illustrate why this is such a massive addition to the Braves' farm system. Wright should develop into a No. 2 starter, and his floor is high because the two developed pitches would make him a good bullpen commodity at the very least.
He'll join the likes of left-hander Kolby Allard and right-hander Mike Soroka as the top pitching prospects in the Atlanta system.