Kendall Wright   # WR

Height: 5-10   Weight: 185   Age: 28

Born: 11/12/1989 Mount Pleasant , TX

College: Baylor

Experience: 7th season

High School: Pittsburg HS [TX]









Combine 2012


  • Bench Press reps
  • Vertical Jump38.5 inches
  • Broad Jump121.0 inches
  • 20 Yard Shuttle4.18 secs
  • 40 Yard Dash4.61 Secs
  • 3 Cone Drill6.93 secs


Wright knows how to use his athletic ability to his advantage and is a dynamic player. Despite his size, he is an effective and even lethal threat at the line of scrimmage, as he can get a quick step on a corner and be open from the get-off. His quickness off the line of scrimmage makes up for his size, where he is able to get a free release and get open once in his route. He is capable of being a serious deep threat, yet also has the quickness and ball skills to be effective in the short-to-intermediate game. As a route runner, Wright has shown an understanding of how to lean on a defender to gain separation and stem his routes to set-up his quick step to separate. Wright understands the strong suits of his game and plays to them. With the ball in his hands he can create plays for himself and use vision and body control to weave up field and bounce off would-be tacklers. Most importantly, he has the uncanny ability to separate from defenders and get open across the field, a dynamic that's highly sought after at the next level.


Wright hasn't shown the ability to block or be a factor in the run game while at Baylor. If the ball is not coming his way, he can be seen not displaying full effort. He's the type of receiver who needs to be involved in the game to be a factor at all. Showing the ability to run NFL routes will help this prospect's status.