21. Cincinatti Bengals - WR Kendall Wright (Baylor)
To me he's a prototypical slot wide receiver and will play immediately no matter who drafts him. Wright will also be utilized on special teams and should get every chance to compete for the return man job. He's got great hands and is extremely athletic.
The only thing that could potentially slow him down is a hard jam off the line of scrimmage He's a tad undersized at 5'10", 196 but I assume he'll put on a little bit of muscle as he transfers from college to the pros -- which should help him when dealing with a jam at the line. Like most WR's graduating to the pros his route running could be cleaned up a bit, as many times he was running around in space to get open for a scrambling Robert Griffin.
He brings versatility to the offense and is an ideal slot receiver to complement AJ Green and Jordan Shipley. While I don't see Kendall Wright ever being a #1 wideout in the NFL, I do think he's got the potential to produce adequately this year and will be a solid #2 or 3 in the prime of his career. -- KEVIN TURNER
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